In the 6-minute segment, Fredette addressed the following topics:
His roots in the LDS Church, along with how his family and the gospel have shaped his life.
Crediting the Lord for his God-given talents.
Using his celebrity status to spread the gospel message. (Being a missionary for the church) means more to me than being a good basketball player, Fredette says.
His thoughts on living the gospel and how it continues to shape his future.
BYU play-by-play voice Greg Wrubell also shares his first impression upon meeting Jimmer and talks about the seniors remarkable career at BYU.
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