On April 2nd, NFL scouts made their way to Eugene, Oregon to check out some of college football’s most talented players. They watched as athletes completed the vertical jump, 40-yard dash, and showcased their skills in other ways. For many, the only focus was doing their best for a shot at the NFL. Brady Breeze, on the other hand, had numerous goals on his mind, one of which was raising money for rare disease patients.
Reps for Rare Diseases
Brady Breeze participated in Reps for Rare Diseases, an event put on by Uplifting Athletes. This nonprofit aims to help rare disease patients through sports, as they inspire, raise awareness, and fund research.
Fans pledged money for every rep that Breeze completes, with his original goal sitting at about 20 reps at 225 pounds. As of now, he has raised over $6,000 that will go towards rare disease patients. He is ecstatic that he is able to help the rare disease community in any way that he can, because in the end, “we’re all on the same team.”
Breeze will see if all of his hard work comes to fruition at the end of the month, as the NFL draft begins on April 29th. He had a breakout season back in 2019 and was named defensive MVP of the Rose Bowl, so things look positive.
All of the money raised by Breeze and other players participating in the event will go towards helping patients, whether it is through research, drug development, or bringing awareness to the issues faced by the rare disease community. Hopefully, it will make a difference for those who need it.
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