It's only week one, but we may have the catch of the year.
Trailing by three, Detroit Martin Luther King quarterback Dequan Finn scrambled out of the pocket and rolled to his left, he let the ball loose and it appeared to be sailing out of bounds.
Until sophomore Rashawn Williams brought it back and kept two feet in bounds, falling down.
It was plays like that that helped King start their season with a 38-35 victory over one of the powers of Indianapolis high school football.
"We got guys that can make the plays, that play that Rashawn made in the back of the end zone, I haven't seen that since I've been here," King coach Tyrone Spencer said.
The Prep Kickoff Classic just wrapped up it's 13th season and brought over 15,000 people to Wayne State over the weekend.