FSU receiver proves he's an MVP off the field with incredible gesture

This will bring some tears to your eyes.

The Florida State football team was visiting Montford Middle School in Tallahassee when star receiver Travis Rudolph noticed a young boy eating lunch by himself. That young boy's name is Bo Paske and he has autism, which is not an easy disorder for anyone to live with and can be especially difficult for someone who is middle school-aged considering how mean kids that age can be.

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However, Rudolph decided that day would not be one where Bo would have to eat alone, which his mother says is a common occurrence because of his autism. She found out about the incredible gesture from the young man and posted this heartfelt message on Facebook that has been shared over 8,000 times.

Rudolph is a phenomenal role model and hopefully more players can make a difference like this in someone's life. It also looks like Rudolph just made a friend for life too, which might be the best part.