USC Blind Football Player Jake Olson Receives Walter Camp Award
- By Emma
- Jan 29, 2019
Jake Olson, President & Co-Founder of Engage and former blind long snapper for the USC Trojans, was selected for a Walter Camp Award. The award ceremony took place on January 12th in New Haven, Connecticut.
Along with Player of the Year Tua Tagovailoa, and his head coach at Alabama, 2018 Walter Camp Coach of the Year Nick Saban, Jake was selected for the Walter Camp Perseverance Award for his inspiring career as USC’s long snapper.
After the award ceremonies at Yale, as well as visits to local schools and hospitals with fellow award nominees, Jake writes about the experience: “Last week I was honored at the Walter Camp Football awards for perseverance. It was truly an honor and I am so grateful to the foundation that they considered me. It was really humbling being around so many legends and it was such an amazing fun time.”
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