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Over the course of the last five years, Tim Tebow established himself as one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of college football and a top prospect in the NFL. During that time he amassed an unparalleled resume—winning two BCS national championships, becoming the first sophomore in NCAA history to win the Heisman trophy, and in the face of massive public scrutiny, being drafted in the first round of the NFL draft by the Denver Broncos.
Now, in Through My Eyes, Tebow brings readers everywhere an inspirational memoir about life as he chose to live it, revealing how his faith and family values, combined with his relentless will to succeed, have molded him into the person that he is today. As the son of Christian missionaries, Tebow has a unique story to tell—from the circumstances of his birth, to his home-schooled roots, to his record-setting collegiate football career with the Florida Gators and everything else that took place in between.
At every step, Tebow's life has defied convention and expectation. While aspects of his life have been well-documented, the stories have always been filtered through the opinions and words of others. Through My Eyes is his passionate, firsthand, never-before-told account of how it all really happened.
Tim Tebow is an NFL quarterback, who was a first-round draft pick in 2010. He was the first-ever sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy and won the NCAA National Football Championships twice with the University of Florida Gators. His charitable organization, the Tim Tebow Foundation, was established in 2010 to bring faith, hope, and love to those in need.
Nathan Whitakeris the coauthor of three New York Times bestsellers including Quiet Strength, which he co-wrote with Tony Dungy. He lives in Florida.
Tebow, I love him! Someone give him a chance to play football!!!!!PLEASE!!!!!!!Published 12 days ago by ELIZABETH VAN SICKLER
I have to admit I got a little lost with some of the football lingo, but as a homeschooling mom myself, I read the book to get to know his heart and integration into college. Read morePublished 22 days ago by moeberry
I loved the bible verses at the head of each chapter. It really wrapped the story together. I would recommend this book to anyone who is a Christian or a sports fan.Published 29 days ago by akirt
too bad people cant understand tbow.. very good person. good bookPublished 1 month ago by Drena L. Stjohn
Yes, everything was through his eyes and how great everything was in his life. I couldn't even finish it, got flat out bored. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Schultz
There's way too much narrative about his thousands of football games but I guess that is the idea of the book.Published 1 month ago by Jaci Raike