Blind Football Player’s Big News Proves ‘There’s Nothing That You Can’t Accomplish’
Long snapping instructor Chris Rubio told The Boston Globe that Aaron Golub was “average at best” when he started playing football at Newton South High in Newton, Mass.
“But the kid is just so … determined,” Rubio told the paper. “You tell him what to do, and consider it done.”
Golub, 17, is legally blind, but he’s one of the top high school long snappers in New England. Now, Tulane University has offered him a walk-on spot to play football for their Division 1 program, CBS Boston reported.
“If you set your mind to it, then you can do it,” Golub tells the station in the video below. “There’s nothing that you can’t accomplish if you really want to do it.”
Watch his full story: