Jacob Rainey's highlight film made college coaches take notice.
It shows him as a quarterback at Woodberry Forest School in Virginia throwing a 40-yard dart for a touchdown, sprinting 40 yards for a TD and running for another 35-yard score.
All that has been taken away. Part of Rainey's right leg had to be amputated after he was tackled during a scrimmage and suffered a severe knee injury and severed artery.
Now it's his courage that has people taking notice.
Alabama coach Nick Saban has sent Rainey a Crimson Tide jersey with his name and number on it, Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews sent him an autographed jersey and Denver's Tim Tebow is flying Rainey and his family to Buffalo this weekend for the Broncos-Bills game to "hang out."