Autistic Chicago Sophomore Scores 80-Yard Touchdown, Get Ready to Shed Manly Tears

Had a video not more than 24 hours ago about a Cali high school team giving 50+ roses to one of their cheerleaders with leukemia. And be honest, you got goosebumps, and maybe teared up.

Well here we go for the second straight day. This one comes from right near the Crossover Report headquarters, at Mount Carmel High School on the south side of Chicago. Despite losing the game, Gary Westside High School had the most important play of the game, when Justin Davis of Gary entered the game.

Autistic, yes. But above that, football player, member of the team, and young man with dreams. Davis broke off a run, and both teams joined the celebration in the endzone. Once again, my words don’t do it justice. Watch it below:

If this link doesn’t work, head to our Facebook Page, or to NWI Times, where they somehow finessed an embed link from Hudl

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