Warning: I’m a sap…and this got me as much as anything has in awhile. You wanna judge me? Go right ahead.
Trent Richardson will likely come into millions come next week, courtesy of an NFL team that holds one of the the first precious picks in the NFL Draft. The Alabama star helped lead the Tide to two National Championships during his tenure, while snagging All-American honors, a Doak Walker award (given to the nation’s best running back) and earning a spot as a finalist for the 2011 Heisman.
Whatever happens come draft day, this past Saturday night, Richardson made one young lady feel like a million dollars. There’s certainly more to Trent Richardson than a clip outlining one act can tell. But, if this is any basis for consideration, I’ve got one more reason to cheer for Trent to succeed at the next level no matter which jersey he dons. He’s already made quite an impression in white and pink. I’m sure Courtney would agree.
Alabama running back Trent Richardson donned a white tux, rented a limo and made a 17-year old girl's dream come true by taking her to her senior prom. This was no ordinary date since Courtney Alvis is a cancer survivor and had never met the player before Saturday's date.
Alvis' uncle took a chance that Alabama's biggest sports star would even consider escorting...
No matter your SEC allegiance you always like to hear stories of young men doing good things and the story of Trent Richardson taking a 17-year old cancer survivor to her senior prom is one of those stories.
Alabama football star Trent Richardson attended Hueytown High School senior prom Saturday night, wrapping up a dream week for a 17-year-old cancer survivor.
In a move that proves that not all football players are selfish and uncaring, former Alabama Running Back and future NFL draftee Trent Richardson attended a prom with 17-year-old cancer survivor Courtney Alvis, as reported by WBRC news in Birmingham, Alabama.
Richardson arriving with his date
Richardson, 13 days before the NFL Draft, arrived at Hueytown High School’s auditorium...
Former Alabama running back Trent Richardson is closing in on one of the biggest days of his life as he is projected to be a top ten pick in the NFL Draft. Despite being busy with his pre-draft visits, he took time out to help make sure a 17-year-old cancer survivor had one of the best days of her life.
Courtney Alvis has spent the past year in and out of school while undergoing...
If you watch one video today, make it this video about Trent Richardson (who starred at running back for the national champion Alabama Crimson Tide and will likely be a top-5 pick in next week's NFL Draft) taking cancer survior Courtney Alvis to her senior prom:You're the man, Trent. Awesome, awesome stuff.a2a_linkname=document.title;a2a_linkurl=location.href;Get The Latest...
We mentioned last week that Trent Richardson was going to take a fan and recent cancer survivor to her senior prom, and this weekend he followed through on his heartwarming gesture. Check out the recap of Trent Richardson taking Alabama fan and cancer survivor Courtney Alvis to her senior prom.
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Former Alabama running back Trent Richardson granted a 17-year-old cancer survivor her wish, accompanying the Hueytown (Ala.) High School student to her senior prom Saturday night.
Richardson, wearing a white tuxedo, attended the event at the Boutwell Auditorium in Birmingham, Ala., with Courtney Alvis, who was wearing a red dress, WBRC-TV reported.
Alvis began receiving chemotherapy...
NFL scout Dave-Te' Thomas ranks the 96 tailbacks in the draft, a group that includes only one sure first-rounder: Alabama's Trent Richardson. Boise State's Doug Martin and Virginia Tech's Davis Wilson could sneak into the first round, as well.
Went one Real Quote from Tribe Fan, heard last week as the 1-4 Indians headed for a weekend series in Kansas City. The 32 runs scored over the three game sweep was the most an Indians team has scored in a series since 2000.
The quote of the day, though, is from Dan Shonka of Ourlads.com, featured yesterday in Terry Pluto’s column:
“No hesitation,” he said. “Take [Alabama...
New Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon made a nice first impression.
The freshman had 88 yards rushing and 91 yards receiving in the Crimson Tide's spring game Saturday before 78,526 fans. The highly touted tailback who enrolled in January is among the crop of runners vying for carries with the departure of Heisman Trophy finalist Trent Richardson to the NFL.
Yeldon led the White...
Average total drafted in last 5 years: 19.81. Trent Richardson (Alabama) Top 52. Doug Martin (Boise State) 1-23. David Wilson (Virginia Tech) 1-24. Lamar Miller (Miami) 25. LaMichael James (Oregon) 2-36. Isaiah Pead (Cincinnati) 37. Chris Polk (Washington) 3-48. Robert Turbin (Utah State) 3-49. Bernard Pierce (Temple) 3-410. Cyrus Gray (Texas A&M) 4-511. Ronnie Hillman (San Diego...
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