SOURCE– This is your daily reminder of the good in the world.
Bo Paske is a student with autism at Montford Middle School in Tallahassee, Florida. He was sitting alone at lunch, and Florida State wide receiver Travis Rudolph took notice.
His mom told the story on Facebook:
“I was just a kid not too long ago and I remember what the impact was of guys that played in college and in the NFL coming back to us,” Rudolph said. “So I feel like maybe I can change someone’s life or I can make someone a better person or make someone want to be great or be like me, or even better.”
Rudolph racked up 916 receiving yards last year, and it looks as if his junior season is already off to a great start.
This is a really, really awesome story. It’s shit like this that really hits me hard. Florida State wide receiver Travis Rudolph sees middle schooler Bo Paske sitting alone and joins him and talks to him during lunch. It’s little things like that that can make a kids day. I am no Florida State fan, but Rudolph is now my favorite college football player and it is not even close.