What started as severe hip pain and decreased flexibility was diagnosed weeks later as stage four large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma, a rare form of lung cancer. That moment changed everything for promising North Carolina Tar Heel wide receiver, Tylee Craft. He immediately started an aggressive treatment protocol regimen of chemotherapy and immunotherapy as the cancer had already spread to his spine and liver. Through treatment, his passion for football remains strong and as a main motivation to recover. He stays closely connected to his teammates and continues to be part of the team by attending meetings and practices. In honor of his inspiring spirit and determination, the Tar Heels dedicated one of their spring games to him. Tylee has two goals he’s focused on: beat his cancer and return to the field with his teammates. Tylee uses his platform to inspire hope and awareness for those going through difficult times with their rare diagnoses.