"You guys are amazing !"
The shared experience was far more than skin deep. There was a boy who was bullied into depression and tried to commit suicide. There was a girl ordered by a teacher to keep her hair pulled back tight, to straighten the natural curls she inherited from her black father. There was another too intimidated by her taunting classmates to board the bus, choosing instead the humiliating and lonely walk to school. There were the boys who were beaten regularly and teased mercilessly. There were college-age girls who broke into tears when telling their stories of growing up biracial in South Korea.
The sport of American football attracts millions of different kinds of people. These people often come from a variety of different backgrounds. Especially as the NFL becomes a more popular form of entertainment internationally, people of different nationalities are drawn to the sport. I will rank these players based on what their renown in the sport. Demps was born to an African American father and a Korean mother, and he grew up with the both of them for most of his life in California. He seriously began his football career as a walk-on to San Diego State University, where he was named an All-Mountain West first-team selection twice. Demps had a pretty impressive career at the college level, recording tackles and five interceptions over the course of just two years as a starter.Hines Edward Ward Jr. He played college football at the University of Georgia. The Steelers selected him in the third round of the NFL Draft and he became the team's all-time leader in receptions, receiving yardage and touchdown receptions. He has become an advocate for the social acceptance of foreigners in Korea , especially blended or mixed race youth. The next year, Ward's parents divorced, with Ward living with his mother and then with his paternal grandmother after Hines Sr.