High school football players across the nation are signing their national letters of intent to play college football Wednesday, and one announcement has stood out among the rest.
At first it seemed as if Cooper Dawson, a three-star defensive end from Hanahan, S.C., was going to announce his decision the generic way, by picking from a series of hats on a table. It turned into so much more when his friend, Kingsley Fienman, joined him on stage.
"I brought Kingsley out here today because he's inspired me a lot," Dawson said of his friend, who was born with cerebral palsy and is paraplegic. "He taught me that the only disability is a bad attitude, and if he can come around every day with this big smile on, I can do it just the same."
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