The story of former Harding High quarterback Braheam Murphy is beginning to receive national attention.
Lightworkers Media, a religious-based family and film television company, recently produced a short film to tell the story of Murphy, a once-homeless Harding High student whose life was changed a little over a year ago when he moved into the home of Harding High football coach Sam Greiner.
Lightworks, led by president Roma Domney and husband Mark Burnett, produced the Emmy-nominated “The Bible” on the History Channel.
Murphy, who played quarterback for the Rams last season, recently received a football scholarship offer to West Point after raising his grade-point average from under 2.0 to a 3.5. Greiner said as long as Murphy scores well enough on an upcoming SAT, the quarterback will accept the scholarship.