Michael Strahan surprises football stars Ace Colvin and Kobe Page

The “GMA” co-host is the executive producer of the new docuseries “The Cost of Winning,” featuring Colvin and Page, and a story about their Baltimore high school football team.
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Transcript for Michael Strahan surprises football stars Ace Colvin and Kobe Page
project that is very important to me. It's a new docu-seriest I'm executive producing called "The cost of winning." It tells the story of an incredible high school football team from a tough part of Baltimore going against all odds to show the world what they're made of. I'm honored to bring you a first look at the trailer. It's one of the poorest schools in the country. The most talented team I've seen in the past 41 years is St. The league came up with player safety for the reason for not wanting to play us. It's made almost exclusively of white catholic schools. Doesn't matter where you came from, what you look like, you guys can ithe world. And I'm excited that these two are joining us now, two of the players featured in the docu-series, Alonzo "Ace" Colvin and kobe page. You're looking sharp. Kobe, I want to start with you. What does it mean to be a part of the St. Francis academy I look at it as a family. We are around each other and bring each other up when we need it. It showed me a lot. It showed me what it meant to be part of a family. Ace, how has all of this changed your life? Changed my life real well, helped me to become a better athlete, better Christian man and gave me a family feel. It makes you a better person and a better man. I love that you're both in colleges now so, kobe, what are your goals right now. Yes, sir. Also, after you graduate? My biggest goal honestly is just to get a degree. That's my biggest thing my parents always pushed me to get my degree. I want to become a credit analyst or be a real estate agent, commercial real estate agent. I like that. And, ace, what about you? So my goal is to graduate and then I want to become a film director right after college if football is not my calli All right. If you need a star for your movie, you know, I'm right here. And are either of you still playing football? Yes, sir. Yes, sir. And I play basketball. We got a little surprise for the two of you. You're both incredible athletes. For real? The docu-series "The cost of winning" is going to premiere, but coach Massei, can you come over? Come on over. You guys, Gillette is a brand committed to helping groom the next generation of men to be the best proud to present ace and kobe with scholarships of $25,000 each. This is going to support your continued college education and we hope these funds help you reach even greater heights, you guys, on and off the field. I got to say I'm very proud of you and want to say congratulations and good luck. Keep up the hard work and we'll be watching, all right? Yes, sir. Thank you. We appreciate you. All right. I love that. Humble men right there and everyone, "The cost of winning" premieres on HBO November 10th at 9:00 P.M. Make sure you check it out and

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