John Rhys Plumlee is using his platform to give back.
The UCF quarterback announced Monday on X he is donating all proceeds from his jersey sales this season to the Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
Currently on sale at Fanatics for $139, this is not the first time Plumlee has given back to the hospital. The two-way athlete spent time with some kids this past June at Ryan Seacrest Studios, taping a podcast.
“Donating 100% of my proceeds from my jersey sales to the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children,” John Rhys Plumlee wrote on X.
EUGENE, Ore. — Clear across the country, Bo Nix is on Park Avenue, arms aloft and spreading the word.
The word, specifically, is BODACIOUS. The ‘B’ and the ‘O’ are stacked and set off in green. Each is the size of a nation-state. The rest of the phrase runs from hand to outstretched hand above the torso of Oregon’s quarterback, his back turned so the world can see the name on the jersey. It gives the impression that the fifth-year senior holds everything together, which has its own metaphorical applications. But it also tells a story even bigger than a Heisman Trophy campaign billboard on display almost 3,000 miles from campus.