McGwire Plumer is known as a sometimes quarterback and wide receiver for Noblesville High in Indiana. In his team’s season opener, he turned more heads with the work he did on the other side of the ball.
With Plumer lined up as a cornerback, a Lawrence North pass came in and sailed just beyond the outreach of the receiver Plumer was defending. It appeared to sail beyond Plumer, too, but as it turned out, the pass wasn’t quite long enough for that.
Instead, Plumer went to full extension and pulled in a grab with a single, outstretched hand.
The pick could have been a game-turner for Noblesville … but it wasn’t. Instead, Lawrence North used the dominant running game of Al McKeller (146 yards) and Martell Williams (124 yards) to take control of the game.
At least Noblesville had that interception to lean back on.