Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden visited Oklahoma Christian University on February 8.
The video above shows highlights of the day ... clips from his interview with OC president John deSteiguer, his news conference with the media (and special guest, 6-year-old Gavin Kuykendall), and his appearances at OC's daily Chapel service and the Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner.
Weeden talked about a career that took him from Edmond Santa Fe High School (where he played for current OC baseball coach Lonny Cobble), to the New York Yankees system as their top pick in 2002, to a successful college football career at Oklahoma State University, to this past year as an NFL first-round draft pick and starting QB.
He also discussed his efforts to bring a pediatric heart surgeon to Oklahoma City's Children's Hospital through his relationship with Adam, Faith and Gavin Kuykendall from Broken Arrow Church of Christ.
Click here to read a story about Weeden's work with Children's Hospital.
Click here to read a recap of the Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner.