High school quarterback Max Akin had 200 passing yards, 60 rushing yards, and four touchdowns all in the first half of his homecoming game, but what he did during halftime surpasses all of that.

The Keller Fossil Ridge (outside of Ft. Worth, Texas) QB was elected homecoming king, but immediately passed the crown on to someone more deserving — his buddy, K.L. Norwood, who has cerebral palsy.

“I think it should’ve gone to the person who positively uplifts the school and everybody around him,” Akin told WFAA, “and that person is K.L., for sure.”

The gesture has gone viral for good reason: