The dreams of this 6-year-old boy were realised at an NFL game in the US.
Braylon Beam has a brain tumor behind his optic nerve that is slowly taking away his vision, and although it might be shrinking according to doctors, his parents want him to make the most of every day.
Braylon got to make his wish with the Make A Wish Foundation, so the Carolina Panthers let him be their honourary coach them during the team’s public practice.
He also had a dance off with the players in front of 55,000 people, during the pre-game huddle.
His dad Jesse, told WHO: “”It was the proudest I will ever be. It might be one of the best days of my life. To see Braylon, who has battled cancer, get the opportunity to live out a dream, it was surreal for me to see him so happy after all he’s faced these last several months.”
Braylon’s mum, Meredith Beam said: “The coolest part was watching the players dancing with him.