It's Mother's Day weekend, so ECU coach Scottie Montgomery chose to bring a walk-on's scholarship papers straight to his mother. And since Kiante is always talking about how much he loves his mother, and how much he respects the sacrifices she has made for him, coach Montgomery chose to deliver the scholarship papers to her as a Mother's Day present.
Luckily for one East Carolina football player, he got an unexpected assist in that area.More news: Brazil Lifts Public Health Emergency as Zika Cases Drop
Anderson starred at South Central High School and played two years for Division II St. Augustine's in Raleigh before walking on to the Pirates in 2015.
That's a pretty sweet Mother's Day gift.More news: Pentagon chief, Turkish PM meet after decision to arm Kurds
As you can see in the video below, Montgomery goes to Chapman's workplace to surprise her with the news. "I was just talking about this last night", a tearful Chapman says. "He loves her. He speaks so highly of her", Montgomery said in the video while walking up to the school. "We need that. He needs that".
Montgomery then had Chapman call her son to deliver the news to him herself. Congrats to Anderson and his family on a great achievement.More news: China conducts live-fire drills, weapons tests in waters near two Koreas