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Ravens Fan to Announce Fourth-Round Selection

First person to announce selection written in Braille

April 25, 2019 - 10:16 am

By Austin Medina 

13-year old Ravens fan Mo Gaba will make history this weekend when he will announce the Ravens fourth-round selection in the NFL Draft.

Gaba will make history by announcing the selection written in Braille, as head coach John Harbaugh broke the news during an interview on 98 Rock.

Gaba went blind at just nine months old and has survived cancer three times, according to ESPN.

In the video below, Gaba can be heard speaking with coach Harbaugh and finding out the great news.

"We're going to send a car to pick up you and your mom to go to the event. You will be the first person in the history of the NFL to deliver a draft card that's in Braille. You're going to make history," Harbaugh said.

On Day 3 of the Draft Saturday Mo Gaba will announce the 123rd overall pick for the Baltimore Ravens, a great moment for Gaba and the Ravens.