If you haven’t seen this play, it will be one of the best you will see in a spring game this season.
Rutgers’ 2018 spring game took place on Saturday and plenty of intriguing Scarlet Knights storylines unfolded.
The best play, however, was one that will leave lasting memories.
Take a look:
— Rutgers Scarlet Knights (@RUAthletics) April 14, 2018
Mordecai Carthy, a 5-year-old patient at Children’s Specialized Hospital who is battling autism, had a 93-yard rushing touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Carthy’s score marks the longest rushing TD in program history.
The look on his face, the players’ faces and the crowd’s faces just says it all.
That was the best play of Saturday afternoon. And it wasn’t even close.
That was probably the most memorable moment I’ve had in 5 years of college ball.. 💯 https://t.co/pWAQogslZe
— Jonathan Ⓜ️ Hilliman (@thrilliman) April 15, 2018