Former Indiana quarterback Richard Lagow will be completing passes for a cause at the Hoosier pro day on April 2 in Bloomington.
And he’s going to be wearing some sweet kicks while doing it.
For each pass Lagow completes in his workout (the estimate is set around 55) he is taking donations to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Here are the cleats he’ll be wearing:
Huge thank you to @KustomsByAccess for making these Leukemia awareness cleats for pro day!!! Looks awesome, and for a great cause. Not too late to donate or help spread the word!!! @IndianaFootball @karaoneal @PatMcAfeeShow @JHowardx24
— Richard Lagow (@RichardLagow) March 7, 2018
According to the link in his tweet (where you can pledge toward his cause and read some background info), Lagow explains that he is collecting donations partly to help his friend Kara O’Neal, who he’s known since high school and is battling Acute Myeloid Lymphoma.
“As [O’Neal] explains, and as I know, LLS has been there for her and her family throughout her battle,” Lagow said on the site. “She is a testament to the impact that LLS has in peoples lives everyday.”
He added in his address asking for donations:
“Every little bit helps, and I’ll be training extra hard knowing that with your pledges, every pass I complete means more money raised for LLS.”
Lagow played the past two years for the Hoosiers after transferring from a junior college. He redshirted at Oklahoma State before that as well.
Walter Football has Lagow as the No. 21 quarterback in the class and projects him as a free agent signing after the 2018 NFL Draft.
Again, the link to donate to Lagow’s endeavor can be found here.