NFL legend's surprise for teen photographer is picture perfect – USA TODAY

During 12 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos, DeMarcus Ware was one of the best defensive players in the NFL. Now retired, the 2016 Super Bowl winner spends part of his time giving back to the kind of communities from which he came. 
In his youth, Demarcus was a Boys and Girls club member in Alabama, and that experience inspired him to surprise 13-year-old Isaac Edwards. 
Watch the video above to see the NFL superstar give the aspiring photographer the surprise of his life.
Isaac has been fascinated by cameras since elementary school. Though happy to snap away at anything, his dream is to become a sports photographer. 
His passion for photography caught the attention of the Boys and Girls Club of America in East Dallas, TX. In partnership with the educational organization Outschool, and the community initiative, Stand Together, they arranged for Isaac to take part in a free 7-day photography boot camp. 
The online classes taught Isaac some of the techniques used by top-class photographers, and his final assignment took him to the Dallas Cowboys headquarters in Frisco, Texas. The visit came a day after Isaac’s family home had been flooded by a winter storm, so emotions were running high. 
But his troubles were soon put behind him thanks to a double surprise. First, he was gifted a brand-new camera. And then, a one-on-one photoshoot with the legendary DeMarcus Ware. 
As a veteran of countless photo sessions and the owner of a video production company, DeMarcus was a great subject and a great teacher, providing Isaac with an unforgettable start to his photography career.