Reading a defense and finding an easy route to the endzone is no problem for Ahmad Fulwood. Speaking to 700 elementary school students about the importance of reading, well that's another story.
"I've never been nervous playing a game on Friday night but this was definitely more nerve racking" said Fulwood.
The Bishop Kenny wide receiver made a stop at Abess Elementary this week as the school hopes to read 20,000 books this year.
"It's like a million people watching you, there's so many eyes on you, it was like they were scanning right through me, it was awesome though, they listened and it looked like they were taking in what i was saying" added Fulwood.
So what's harder, scoring a touchdown or talking to the kids?
"Playing in front of a crowd you can tune that out, you have 11 guys to focus on on the opposing side of the ball. But speaking in front of six to eleven year olds and they're taking in everything you're saying, it was nerve racking."