A Maryland high school football player's unique version of the national anthem is going viral.

Jackson Dean wowed the crowd last weekend by singing his country rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” while playing the guitar.

The defensive end played a stripped-down version of the anthem before his teammates burst through a banner at the end of the tune.

Dean plays for Arundel High School and said Saturday on Fox & Friends that the amount of attention he's getting is "very awesome."

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Videos of the senior's performance are racking up hundreds of thousands of views on Facebook and YouTube.

"I'm an American, and I'm proud of my country," he said on Saturday.

Dean added that once he graduates from high school, he'll be hitting the road and performing.

"We've got some things in the pocket that have been working that I can't really talk about," he said.

Watch Dean's performance on Fox & Friends above.

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