MARBURY, AL (WSFA)- Tatum Smith has a rare illness that's stunted his growth.
"It's the opposite of Down's Syndrome," Tatum said.
Tatum is all of 5-feet-tall and 85 pounds, but it's the heart of the teenager that astounded hundreds Friday night at the Wetumpka High School football field.
"It was amazing," Tatum said.
Since 7th grade Tatum has been the Marbury High School football team's manager. Still, the teen had a dream -- suit up and run a play before he graduates. Tatum's coach came up with a game plan and huddled with Wetumpka's head football coach Tim Perry.
"I told our players, and I was impressed with our seniors who told me 'coach, if we can we'd like for him to score,'" Perry said.
One of those players for Wetumpka was Stephano Parker, a big, stout defensive lineman for the Indians.
"Considering what he's gone through we wanted him to be happy. It made us happy," Parker said.