Subject: Football player does sign language at homecoming Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:54 am
This is one of the most inspirational video's I have seen in a long time.
For his senior project, Senior Jonathan Edwards decided to tackle something a little different. Over the summer, he took American Sign Language classes. He wanted to be able to sign the national anthem at a home game.
It was a phenomenal season for the Kuna High School football team in Idaho. They went undefeated in the regular season and they are powering through the playoffs, knocking off everyone they come up against.
“I feel like football is Kuna's time to shine. We have everybody there, the entire city comes out to watch us,” said Kuna High football player Jonathan Edwards. In this small, proud Idaho town, Jonathan touched millions of people around the world.
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Subject: Re: Football player does sign language at homecoming Sun Dec 01, 2019 12:06 pm
That's pretty awesome that he did that. Great way to show the world that American high school football players are nothing like the NFL players that kneel during the anthem or think they need millions of dollars to do something they enjoy.