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There are billions of people on our earth every once and a while great people are born For these people to become great it means they have to stand out from the crowd do something extraordinary In 1972 a great one was born his name was Terrell DavisMany great people have to face adversity ill give u some background on Terrell and Ill also tell you about what made Terrell so great The memories of Terrell are very interesting and I want to share some things that really stood out in his lifeTerrell being only 28 today has full-filled his goals and wishes Being black was not too much of a problem for him primarily because he grew up in a poor neighborhood of San Diego California with many different ethnic groups primarily Hispanics Terrells family consisted of his mother father and six older brothers His mother was a hard worker with a big heart but his father was an alcoholic drug addict and a disciplinarian His brothers played a huge role into how Terrell grew up Primarily by showing him what not to do In essence Terrell had what he thought a great bringing up and is a well achieved manTerrell faced much adversity growing up playing in the NFL national football league and succeeding in the NFL For example while he was growing up his father was an alcoholic and as a result of that he would be abusive towards him His father was always trying to make him as tough as he could be which Terrell needed to be because of his neighborhood His father was always in and out of Terrells life most always due to the fact that he was in jail When Terrell was entering the 9th grade his father died of Lipus this caused great pain for Terrell he stopped working hard stopped playing football and participating in activities and he actually dropped out of school His mother
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