It’s easy to root for USC’s Adoree Jackson. The junior plays all over the field and appears to love every minute, spreading his unique athletic talents to as many positions (and sports) as possible. This summer, Jackson competed for a spot in the 2016 Rio Olympics as a long jumper. This fall, his mother finally got to see her son play football again.
In an emotional interview with the Pac-12 Network, Jackson’s mother explained that after a breast cancer diagnosis, she was unable to make it to see USC play last season. Now, finally back in Los Angeles and on the field with her son after a Trojans win, Vianca Jackson shared a proud moment with the cameras.
Source: CBS Sports / Watch this incredible moment with Adoree Jackson and his mother