Auburn's Chris Davis signs autographs to raise money for fan battling rare form of epilepsy
Enter Chris Davis, the man behind the now-famous play dubbed "Kick Six." The Woodlawn High School product who signed as a free agent with the San Diego Chargers decided to use his notoriety among the Auburn Family to help offset the Belvin family's expenses when they travel to Ohio by selling autographs at $25 a pop. Despite not having met Trey, Davis agreed to donate all the proceeds to his family."I didn't know who he was until he walked through the door and introduced himself," Davis said. "It's always great to meet new people and especially to help try and save people's lives. That goes a long way."
While most Auburn fans will remember No. 11 for his incredible 109-yard return to beat that team from Tuscaloosa, the Belvin family will remember him for something much bigger than any football play.
"Me, personally, it'll be this specific event because this is directly touching my son's life and my life, and we're just ecstatic," Charles Belvin said."There's nothing like saving somebody's life," Davis said. "I'm happy for this opportunity to do so."