There was a video that went viral in February that showed Clay Warner, who is legally blind, being put into his high school's basketball game with just one minute left in the game. He sunk his first-ever shot during a game and the fans on both sides went crazy. Clay, who is a senior at the school, was born prematurely at 23 weeks and he also has cerebral palsy. He loves basketball and is a member of the school's team. He usually cheers from the sidelines and doesn't get to play. Clay and his mom appeared on Pickler & Ben yesterday, where his teammates, friends and coach paid tribute to him in a series of videos. The last video was a personal one from Kane Brown inviting him to a show. "I heard your a big country music fan, and I saw that shot that you made. You shoot better than me, man," Kane added. " I'd love to see you backstage and get to hang out with you, and give you tickets to my show. So I'm looking forward to seeing you, man." Clay was pretty starstruck.