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Most people had their fix of high school when they were teenagers, but not James Nash. The 21-year-old from Lansing, Mich. forged documents so that he could play on a high school football team.

Nash posed as a nonexistent person named Javier Jones, all to tackle teenagers and potentially reclaim some form of adolescent sports adoration. After enrolling at Mount Pleasant High School at the top of the 2012-13 school year, and playing on the football team, Nash was busted when a parent ratted him out.

In accordance with the school’s rules, no student who turned 19 before Sept. 1 of this year is allowed to compete in any high school level sports

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