Found September 12, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:

This play occurred on September 7th during a high school football game between the Greenwood Eagles (S.C.) and Irmo Yellow Jackets (S.C.). The defensive player who reeled in this jaw-dropping snag is none other than Eagles cornerback Kaleb Chalmers (No. 3), who nearly touches the sky while extending for the grab. Believe it or not, this was the second impact play made by Chalmers during the contest. The sure-handed prep player scooped up a fumble and jetted 45 yards for a score earlier in the game. It all added up to a mini highlight reel for Chalmers and a 21-7 victory for Greenwood on Irmo's home turf.

With those helmets Greenwood sports, one might be led to believe that Pro Bowl corner and current Green Bay Packer Charles Woodson was roaming the secondary. It has been confirmed though, that he was indeed not.

Hats off to Chalmers for one of the best one-handed picks you may ever lay eyes upon.

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