Believe in it® Athlete,
Aaron Golub's life long dream or "it" was to play division 1 college football. He is strong, athletic and talented but the only thing that has stood in his way is he is legally blind.
Aaron says, "If you set your mind to it, you can do it."
Aaron is a long snapper from Newton, Massachusetts. He is proof that hard work and a positive attitude pays off.
This fall Aaron will play college football at Tulane University as a preferred walk on.
A reporter asked him, "How do you know how to put it right on the money when you can't see?" Aaron replied, "An imaginary circle is what I've been taught to aim for."
His High School Coach said, "I think he's had one bad snap in the two years he's been a starter. He is the best high school long snapper I've ever seen."
Watch him take a few snaps and hear the full story in this video from CBS Boston here.
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