Some former Boise State University football players made a visit to kids at St. Luke's hospital as part of the "4theAbility" camp.
Chaz Anderson, Chanceller James, Darian Thompson and Donte Deayon took the time out of their days to visit with children and share a smile, something James says comes naturally to him after visiting the hospital in his time at Boise State.
"I'm always into loving on people in general," said James, a member of the San Francisco 49ers. "It is what it is. There's not that much love going on so any time I can go have fun with people, show them that I care, show them that they matter a lot, is usually the best time of my life."
The 4theAbility camp pairs players like James and the other former Broncos with special needs children, helping give them a look into the life and training of a professional football player, and giving athletes who have achieved their dreams the chance to make the dreams of other kids come true.