Curtis Harmon became an immediate football sensation after being recognized as a 4 year Letterman for Varsity Football and winning the 2006 State Championship with a season record of 14-0. Born in Washington, DC in 1988, Curtis Harmon gained national attention as a Fullback on his high school’s varsity football team. In 2014, Curtis Travis Harmon III signed with and became a member of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers Franchise. Unfortunately he suffered a major injury that caused him to sit a season off. After recovering from tearing his MCL his new home in the CFL became the Montreal Alouettes. With his intense athleticism and combination of speed and strength along with his uniqueness he broke many barriers, especially to those that called him crazy for even dreaming. Curt entered into the world with a birth defect that hindered the growth in his forearm–making his story that much more powerful. Mr. Unstoppable has an immense passion to encourage, promote and inspire the youth of today. As a product of being raised by a single mother; it taught him that even though life may deliver you challenges, you never stop pursing your dreams. He is also the founder of “Faces of Adversity”, a non-profit foundation with a main focal point to encourage others to think better, achieve better and become better no matter the circumstance(s). Curtis never allowed the thought of limitations to enter his mind nor excuses to become apart of his vocabulary. With confidence, this once 5 year old adolescent boy evolved to become the one armed fullback that started with a vision, later a dream and now today’s reality!