The Tulane Green Wave will welcome Aaron Golub to campus this fall as a preferred walk-on football player. This in and of itself isn't news. But the fact that Golub is legally blind sure is.
The incoming freshman, who was a two-year starter at Newtown South High School in Boston, has no vision in his right eye and only limited sight out of his left. Naturally, it begs the question: How will Golub be able to play college football?
As fate would have it, Golub has developed himself into a pretty solid long snapper, which is arguably the most underappreciated position on the football field. Golub was ranked by 247 Sports as the 12th best long snapper in America and the 19th overall prospect in the state of Massuchusetts...
Peppers at 10, which seems low.