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Terry Ramsey (The Blind Side Sequel)

I absolutely love the program HCCS is building here at Louisville. Yes, the football is great, but the positive impact he has on young men far surpasses everything we could want in a coach. If you get a chance, try to read the recent ESPN story on Terry Ramsey, a 2014 Louisville football commit. It brings to light struggles no child should have to go through and the reason why he picked the University of Louisville to be his next home. I've pasted an excerpt below as well as a link to the full article.

"Terry Ramsey walked into a nearly empty room in an Ohio child services center. His mother -- and a child welfare supervisor -- was there waiting for him. Terry only saw his mother, who struggled with alcoholism, occasionally.

Terry, just 12 at the time, walked into his visitation wearing a smile and a bruise.

'In my second foster home, the parents used to beat me,' Terry says now. 'I walked in and had a black eye. I talked to [the child welfare supervisor] and talked to the police, and they took me to a different home. They didn't want me being there and said I was too young and shouldn't have to experience it.'"

http://espn.go.com/college-sports/recruiting/football/story/_/id/9593930/louisville-cardinals-recruit-terry-ramsey-overcomes?ex_cid=null

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