Meet Xavier Huxtable

7 Mar 2019 2 Share

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Xavier Huxtable is a 16 year old natural footer out of Jan Juc Victoria who's been making a dent in the pro juniors of late and winning footy premierships on the side for the Torquay Tigers. I'm not sure what's more impressive, his powerful approach in the water or that snap for goal in a grand final at 1.28. Either way, the kid's ripping and one to keep an eye on for the future.

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