High school track phenom Matthew Boling accepts Ted Ginn's open race challenge

Ted Ginn is one of the fastest players in the game of football. He's so fast that, even at 34 years old, he told Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe he'd happily race anyone, pole to pole, for "$10,000 or better."

It seems Ginn may have found a challenger willing to take him on: Texas high school track sensation Matthew Boling, who has recently become a viral hit for the incredible speed he routinely puts on display.

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Boling responded to a ProFootballTalk story talking about Ginn's challenge with a one-word response on Friday:

Boling, you'll remember, recently ran the 100-meter dash in a wind-aided 9.98 seconds.

Boling, who is committed to run track at Georgia, then broke the official national high school record last week with a time of 10.13 seconds in the same event. He's far from just a straight-line sprinter, however. Here he is overcoming a 30-meter deficit as he anchors his team in the 1600-meter relay to give his team the 6A state championship.

The most impressive part of Boling's athletic prowess is how much faster he can get with a college training regimen.

Still, there's a reason Ginn has had such a lucrative career in the NFL. He was a track star in high school himself, winning the national championship and two Ohio state titles in the 110-meter high hurdles, a state title in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles and a state title in the 200-meter run, according to Ohio State.

So, could Boling run down Ginn one on one? Guess the only way to find out is to race.