Thousands of college students across America are experiencing the excitement of taking the walk while wearing the cap and gown and receiving their degrees this weekend. 

The list includes a member of the Cleveland Browns. 

On Friday, safety Damarious Randall was back at Arizona State University as part of the school's Class of 2019, four years after he left the Sun Devils to play in the NFL. 

"Treat the adversities in your life as thunderstorms and use them as your applause, keep pushing you’re not in this thing alone," Randall wrote on his Twitter account. "It’s a marathon not a sprint! Thank you to all the people who supported me, and a special thank you to my doubters you motivated me!"

And what was it like to be up there in front of a packed arena, hearing your name called as you accepted your degree? "I kind of froze up," Randall admitted on video that was captured by the Browns on social media. "It's probably worse than playing in front of 80,000 fans on the football field."

Randall also showed off some graduation dance moves in video that was shared on UNINTERRUPTED

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