Caleb Freeman, 16, was en route to a Sooners basketball game with his 14-year-old brother Clayton on Dec. 19 when they were involved in a car accident. While Clayton escaped the crash with only minor injuries, Caleb suffered severe brain trauma and didn't speak until the end of February.

He recently got to spend some time with former Oklahoma guard Trae Young, who gave him the shoes from his NCAA record-tying 22-assist game against Northwestern State.

This guy Caleb Freeman is a warrior!! He was on his way to watch me play for the 1st time when he got in a major car accident... this kid has battled & battled and I’m so glad I was able to help put a smile on his face by giving him some gifts & my 22 Assist game shoes🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/NO7Jv3I817— Trae Young (@TheTraeYoung) May 11, 2018

Young honored Caleb during Oklahoma's Dec. 22 game, writing the teen's name on his shoes.

Get better Caleb!! Can’t wait to see you soon here at one of my games!!
Tonight’s Game is for you🙏🏽 #GodsHands pic.twitter.com/3H8poOxOVr— Trae Young (@TheTraeYoung) December 22, 2017

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