Amidst all of the bad news to come out in recent days, there have been instances of warm, heartfelt stories too. Such as the case in Tampa, Florida.
Former Clemson wide receiver Ray Ray McCloud and his younger brother Jordan, who is currently the quarterback at USF under newly hired head coach Jeff Scott, have organized a cleanup effort along Fowler Avenue, near the downtown district. This after some of the peaceful protests went a little to far.
The brothers reportedly organized a group that consists of many current and former Tampa Bay residents that were high school standouts in the area, including a couple of players who are currently in the NFL.
So while the mainstream media will choose to focus on the negative, just remember there is still some good going on in the world.
Newly hired USF head coach Jeff Scott chimed in as well.
McCloud finished his career at Clemson with 127 catches for 1226 yards and 4 touchdowns. He was taken by Buffalo in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. After spending a season there he was waived, and then went onto to spend some time with the Panthers.