Georgia fans know by now that Jake Fromm is a winner both on and off the field, and the Bulldogs’ freshman quarterback showed that again.
Fromm met with special-needs children and teenagers as part of the annual Big Hearts event held at the Classic Center in Athens. The Big Hearts event is a talent show, banquet and dance organized by Extra Special People of Watkinsville, Ga.
Fromm attended the event with several of his Bulldogs teammates, including linebacker Nate McBride, receiver Tyler Simmons and walk-on quarterback John Seter.
As the scenes from Big Hearts show, Fromm made quite an impression.
Big Hearts 2k18 left me with a soft heart pic.twitter.com/lOGgP4Uohl
— JakefromStateFromm (@FrommJake) February 12, 2018
Thanks for putting a smile on my cousins face!! pic.twitter.com/ISJKmGsjLO
— Kaylinnn❂ (@Kaymroyal) February 12, 2018
You made our sons day! Thanks for volunteering with ESP pic.twitter.com/5Ff7dRCsJ7
— Jordan Downs (@jdowns29) February 12, 2018
In his first year at Georgia, Fromm led the Bulldogs to the SEC title and a spot in the College Football Playoff final while also remaining active off the field. Two weeks ago, he returned to his hometown of Warner Robins to visit a young girl in the hospital.
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