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 Paralyzed former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand implored his fellow graduates to remember that anything is possible in an emotional speech Sunday during the university's commencement ceremony.

LeGrand, who suffered a paralyzing injury during a 2010 game, was dressed in a cap and gown and drew long and loud cheers during his speech to the Class of 2014.

"I'm moving my shoulders here. I'm moving myself forward," the 23-year-old told the cheering crowd. "Don't ever let someone tell you you can't do something!"

The former defensive tackle recalled being paralyzed from the neck down while making a tackle on a kickoff in a game against Army. He is now able to breathe on his own and stand upright with the help of a metal frame.

He told the crowd to remember that "anything is truly possible in this world."