Sean Merriman, web editor, April 24, 2015

Eric LeGrand has become an inspiration to everyone who knows his life story, whether you are a Rutgers football fan or not.

This October will mark the five year point after LeGrand suffered a catastrophic spinal cord injury in a game against Army at Metlife Stadium. The injury paralyzed LeGrand, but despite the injury, his motto has always been one word — "believe."

LeGrand, who called Friday night's Rutgers Scarlet-White spring game for BTN, shared a video of himself earlier this week, which shows the progress he is making in his rehabilitation. LeGrand spoke about it on Friday night during the game.

"Every now and then, I like to update people on what I'm doing in my therapy," LeGrand said. "In therapy, I was leaning forward and had my arms on my legs. I'm now able to sit myself back up, which I was never able to do before.

"My therapist was very shocked."

This is a beautiful sight to see.