Noah Crockett is a nationally renowned football player entering his senior year at Joplin High School in Southwest Missouri. Known for his 100-yard passes captured via YouTube, he has received offers to play for nearly every college football program in the country. When he's not in the huddle, he's at the movies with his girlfriend Hannah, fishing with his dad, or cutting up with the guys on the team. Senior year of high school is supposed to be the best time of an American teenage boy's life. When we're young, we say we have it all figured out. On May 21st, 2011, Noah Crockett thought so. On May 22nd, he was proved wrong when an EF5 twister tears through the heart of Joplin. It becomes the costliest tornado in US history and the deadliest in decades taking 158 lives and causing $2.8 billion in damages. 20th and Rangeline is the tale of Joplin after the storm. It's Noah Crockett's off the field comeback story. It's about a town that was thankful when life was good and faithful when it was not.