Ohio State's spring game is this afternoon, but the program didn't wait long for a big win, adding four-star tackle Max Wray to the class of 2018.
Though he has been diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, he doesn't let that stop him supporting the Buckeyes, and they showed some more love during Saturday's spring game, where they let him score a touchdown.
Meyer's full press conference can be seen in the video above. Jarvis evaded Buckeyes defenders, taking a handoff to the house as Ohio Stadium roared.
Oftentimes spring games in college football are taken far too seriously and the play of the athletes on the field is all that matters. He's a Buckeyes superfan who helped the team hoist their national championship trophy two years ago.
Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has called Jarvis a "legit member of the team" since 2013.
Kudos to the whole Ohio State team for putting together this special moment for Jarvis, which he'll surely never forget.