ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Students at Rochester's Golden Hill Education Center got a treat Friday as Minnesota Viking and Pro Bowl MVP Kyle Rudolph stopped by to talk to students about good nutrition.
It was all a part of a nutrition and activity program called Fuel Up to Play 60.
Students participated in the program's Super Bowl Breakfast which encouraged students to come up with new oatmeal recipes.
Rudolph awarded students for their oatmeal recipes and also took questions from the group of students.
Students wanted to know his height, which is 6'6", his shoe size, which is 15, his favorite color which is purple, of course and how much he can bench, which he says was much more in college than now.
Rudolph says he's used to answering questions, and it's a good way to share his message.
"Today I think I got asked what my brother's and sister's names were, funny questions like that," Rudolph said. "While I'm there, I take the time to stress the importance of nutrition to them."
At the end of the visit, students got a chance to get up and dance with Rudolph. They all did the Cha Cha slide.
Rudolph had one big message of the day though. When it's tough to get up in the morning, a healthy breakfast does a lot more good than an extra 15 minutes of sleep.
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