Current Green Bay Packers quarterback and former Texas Tech Red Raider, Graham Harrell, made a visit to the Key City on Sunday to Speak to the Myrle Greathouse FCA All Stars, about chasing their dreams as they transition from high school to College.
"My goal is to, like I said, just encourage the kids more than anything," Harrell said. "And transitioning from high school to college, it's a big transition, and my goal is to just encourage them to stay strong in the lord and dont give up on their dreams."
Harrell spoke to a room full of players, coaches, and parents all involved in the, 2012 Myrle Greathouse FCA All-Star Classic, about some of the lessons he learned during his football career.
But after a full day of speaking to the athletes Harrell got back on a plane to Green Bay to chase his own dream, as he is now backing up All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
"You know I get to learn from and experience, football at the best level whenever he's out there," he said. "So I'm very blessed, like I said, to get to be with him and he's so great to me so, like I said, I'm very fortunate to be there."
The Myrle Greathouse FCA All Star Classic games, including a girls basketball game and a football game, will be played on June 2nd.