By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Former Alabama running back and NFL prospect Trent Richardson took a teenage cancer survivor to the prom.
Courtney Alvis, the caner survivor, who has been previously dealing with leukemia, needed the assistance from her uncle to make her wish come true. Her uncle got in touch with some of Richardson’s friends, who helped arrange things.
Richardson said he wanted to go to the program with Alvis, because his mother is a cancer survivor. Richardson was in a tuxedo, while Alvis was in a red dress.
“I did it out of my heart,” Richardson said. “I’m lucky to be here with Courtney.”
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