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High school can be really tough. Freshman Michael Todd can speak to that. He was being bullied his first two weeks of his freshman year at MLK Prep in Memphis, Tennessee because he had to wear the same outfit to school every single day.

Kristopher Graham and Antwan Garrett needed to change that. They are both football players for Prep yet they are far from your typical “jocks.” They went out and bought young Michael brand new shoes and new clothes too.

Check out how it all went down below!

STOP BULLYING: A Freshman at MLK Prep in Frayser was getting made fun of for weeks. He wore the same clothes to school everyday. Two of his classmates stepped up and gave him clothes and new shoes. I spoke with the two teens behind all this good and the sweet boy who says "It was the best day of my entire life." WATCH TONIGHT ON FOX13 Memphis AT 5:15.

Posted by Alexa Lorenzo FOX13 on Tuesday, September 10, 2019