With just one retweet, a class of high school students now has a lighter load.
West Chester Rustin student Collin Hurley sent a tweet to Carson Wentz Wednesday morning after his teacher agreed to cancel their class' final exam if the Eagles star quarterback retweeted the message before Sunday. Wentz was quick to respond.
... Will this do the trick???? 👊🏼 https://t.co/ocr4Sx6dfd
— Carson Wentz (@cj_wentz) May 31, 2017
The second-year player is not the only Philly athlete to help a group of local students. Just last week, Ben Simmons did the same.
— Alex Decker (@alex_decker11) May 19, 2017
And this has been a trend of late, with Kobe Bryant doing the most notable favor a couple of weeks ago.
Hope you have an A in this class https://t.co/ABKeJSHPZc
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) May 18, 2017
Teachers sure are gullible these days.