HOUSTON — Last week, CBS19 brought you the story of Moore Elementary School in Houston that celebrated 99 days in school to pay homage to Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.

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The students dressed up in Watt jerseys and hats, but it was one boy who caught the NFL star player's eye.

Malinda Ross, a teacher at MES, tweeted a picture of two of her students in their Texans gear to Watt on Tuesday. 

One of the children had an official NFL licensed jersey on while the other had a homemade version. The child wore a navy blue shirt with the number 99 made out of paper safety pinned to it.

When Watt saw the photo, he immediately reached back out to Ross saying:

And on Wednesday, he delivered.

Watt visited the school to personally deliver a jersey to his new friend, Brock.

It's no wonder everybody loves Watt.