Video: Jermaine Clemon's Inspirational Story
If you're an admirer of 'The Blind Side,' you'll like the story of Concordia-St. Paul tight end Jermaine Clemon.
A regular contributor to the Golden Bears' offense, Clemon aspires to be a special education teacher.
He grew up in a tough neighborhood in Chicago, then moved to Racine, Wisconsin when he was 11-years-old. It was there he met his adopted parents, Bob and Wendy Webb.
He didn't play varsity football until his senior year in high school.
"Football gave my life structure," Clemon said after a recent practice.
He added: "Without God, my parents, and football, I don't know where I'd be. Probably in jail, or dead. Luckily, I'm here now and not in a box or behind bars."
*Click the video box above to see Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson's piece