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Former NFL football players son who was shot in Utah, had 1% survival rate, but GOD….

Given a 1% survival rate former Vikings RB’s son Ephraim Asiata is doing well in his recovery after being shot at school.

Ephraim Asiata was shot at Hunter High School back on January 13th along with two of his teammates. Unfortunately, his two teammates did not make it.  Tivani Lopati and Paul Tahi were shot and killed while Ephraim Asiata the son of former Vikings running back Matt Asiata was given a one percent chance of survival but he is defying the odds!

In Jesus Mighty Name the young man tweeted on January 27th, and seems to be recovering well.

Ephraim’s sister shared a clip with Ephriam who is in the hospital bed working on his chest, and his Father Matt is doing push-ups on the floor.

Asiata received a football scholarship offer to play at the University of Wisconsin. Throughout the 2021 football season, Asiata is a star linebacker and is getting noticed by colleges.

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