OL Tremayne Anchrum Jr. gets nod for LA Rams Walter Payton nominee
By Bret Stuter
The acorn doesn’t fall too far from the tree
Energy to give so much so often is not instinctive. It must be learned, a trait that is handed down from father to son as much as genetics. It’s a learned trait to have something of value, whether that is a wallet full of cash, free time, or the sweater you wear on chilly blustery days, and give that to others in need.
The reward you get is the warm glow you feel inside, a connection to others that is so difficult to find and yet what we all seek in our lives. As far as Tremayne Anchrum Jr. is concerned, he has been led on that path by his father, Tremayne Anchrum Sr, the head coach of the McEachern High School Boys’ basketball team.
Still, where does he get such a charitable perspective? Well, if you follow his father’s Twitter account, you already know the answer:
It’s quite easy to see where such an incredible young man gets his gentlemanly and charitable perspective in life. So how did Tremayne learn about his nomination? Just have a chance to check out how speechless he is as he learned of his nomination.
This young man has such a great perspective. He is an intelligent, compassionate, and oh-so-giving young man. So how can you support the young man who has never failed to support a worthy cause?
"Fans can vote on Twitter by using #WPMOYChallenge followed by their favorite nominee’s last name or Twitter handle. The player whose unique mention is used the most between Dec. 6 and Jan. 8 will receive a $25,000 contribution to his charity of choice, while the second and third-place finishers will receive $10,000 and $5,000 donations, all courtesy of Nationwide."
Tremayne Anchrum Jr. is an inspiration for all of us to give just a little bit more, to become the change that we want to see in the world around us. But he needs our help and support.
Be sure to show a little love for Tremayne Anchrum Jr. in his nomination for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.
In the end, you will be glad that you did.