Quartet of former Fighting Illini running Reps For Rare Diseases campaigns during Illinois Pro Day March 16

Four former University of Illinois Fighting Illini football players are using the next step toward their NFL dream as an opportunity to give back.

Each is running a Reps For Rare Diseases campaign to support Uplifting Athletes and its mission to inspire the rare disease community with hope through the power of sport, empowering medical researchers to find cures.

Former Illinois Chapter President Joe Spencer, defensive end Rob Bain, long snapper Michael Martin and punter Ryan Frain each participated in the Illinois Chapter Lift for Life with their teammates.

Fans and supporters can pledge to any or all four players for each bench press repetition they perform at the Illinois Pro Day on March 16th. Choose your favorite Reps For Rare Diseases player and support the rare disease community by making a pledge today.

All four former Fighting Illini view Uplifting Athletes as an important part of their college experience, and that is why they chose to launch a Reps for Rare Diseases campaign in support of the rare disease community.

Make your pledge now to join Spencer, Bain, Martin and Frain in the fight against rare diseases.




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