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Kenyon Sadiq, Oregon Ducks commit, makes high school football National Play of the Week (Nov. 17-19)

The Skyline (Idaho) athlete made a one-handed catch in the corner of the end zone that you have to see to believe

The SBLive Sports staff watched a whole bunch of high school football highlights from across the nation during the week of Nov. 17-19 and then picked our top 10.

Our readers had seven days to choose their favorite, and a one-handed touchdown catch by Skyline (Idaho) athlete Kenyon Sadiq, an Oregon Ducks commit, narrowly came out on top.

On a play that looked like a certain incompletion out the back of the end zone, Sadiq reached out with one hand while also keeping one foot down just barely inside the line to make the grab and score a stylish six points.

The play went back and forth all week against an Indiana highlight but finished with 5,042 votes (52.9%) to take the crown (it's the fourth clip in the video above). 

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Sadiq's catch edged out an impressive scramble and throw by Evansville Mater Dei (Indiana) quarterback Mason Wunderlich, which earned 4,356 votes (45.7%).

Congratulations, Kenyon Sadiq and the Skyline Grizzlies!

Voting is live until Dec. 5 for our 15th edition of National Plays of the Week:

Vote now: Which was the best high school football play in the country Nov. 24-26?