Watch Tim Tebow Make This World War II Veteran’s Day After Hurricane Irma

Ford Springer | Entertainment Reporter

Tim Tebow was the highlight at a Hurricane Irma relief center on Monday until a World War II veteran got a hold of his harmonica.

The former University of Florida quarterback was visiting victims and evacuees at a special needs shelter in Florida on Monday where he spent some time with a World War II veteran. Tebow posted a video of their exchange to his Twitter account in which the man plays a cheerful little song on the harmonica.

“Totally uplifted by this #ww2 veteran, whose spirit and talents encouraged his fellow visitors at this Special Needs Shelter! #irma,” Tebow wrote in the tweet.

The former NFL quarterback is still very well known in Florida from his college days and was surely a welcome surprise at the hurricane shelter. Earlier in the day Tebow posted a heartfelt video to his Twitter account offering his prayers and support to those affected by the storm.

The former Florida standout recently finished his first season as a professional baseball player, but is still involved in football as an analyst on the SEC Network.

Ford Springer

Entertainment Reporter


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