Perry Tuttle | In Before Dark (While I Can)

Do what you can, while you can. Clemson football great Perry Tuttle is slowly losing his sight. In preparation, he asked each of his children what they would like him to see them do before he lost his sight. His advice is powerful and meaningful.

Celebrating meaningful relationships and life markers.  Perry shares his intentional pursuit of creating opportunities to follow through on those events that matter to him. This is the talk you need to see from TEDxGreenville. The ending will amaze you with a very special moment.

About Perry

Perry was a first round draft pick in the 1982 NFL draft and played 10 years of pro football (NFL & CFL). Perry will always be remembered for the game winning catch during the 1982 Orange Bowl that won Clemson a national championship. He remains the only Clemson athlete to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.  He is a Hall of Famer, college football All-American, CFL All-Star, husband and father of 6 children.

Now a noted author and master storyteller, Perry’s weekly teachings inspire small and large groups alike to escalate their personal goals. Corporate organizations, sports teams,faith-based and non-profit organizations all benefit from his fresh perspective on how to identify and overcome barriers to maximize performance.

Perry’s website offers more information about one of Clemson’s most memorable football players.