Former Alabama running back Derrick Henry visited Washington, D.C., on Thursday morning for the National Prayer Breakfast, an event held annually for more than 50 years.
It’s typical for the sitting president to speak, but perhaps not so typical for a Heisman Trophy winner to add a statement.
Barack Obama delivered a speech about “faith” and “fear,” according to CNN.com‘s Laura Koran, and then Henry provided a closing prayer for the ceremony.
Afterward, the pair struck Heisman poses for the camera — though Obama needs to work on his “five points of pressure” with the football:
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