He brings the juice.
He brings the energy.
He's always positive. And he's all orange.
This is about 15-year-old Andrew Enright, who signed with the Orange on Thursday through Team Impact, which brings children facing serious illness or disability together with college teams across the country.
Enright, who has cerebral palsy, will be part of games, practices and team events. He's now an official part of the football team, a member of the Ohana.
"We're honored and proud to have Andrew join this program. He's going to make an impact on this team," head coach Dino Babers said. "We're excited to share the sidelines with him."
Syracuse University has worked with Team Impact for the past eight years, matching 11 kids with various sports.