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Ryan Cooper | NCAA.com | February 25, 2017

Watch: Drake player surprised by parents' arrival on Senior Day

Things got emotional before Drake's final home game Saturday. The Bulldogs had just one senior to honor, a 7-footer from Denmark named Jacob Enevold.

With the distance between Des Moines, Iowa, and Enevold's hometown of Lunderskov, Denmark, being over 4,300 miles apart, the center obviously does not get to see his parents much and was not expecting to them to be able to attend the senior festivities.

The emotional outpouring when they did, in fact, appear on the court was everything you'd think it would be.

Just look at Enevold's face light up and try not to have yours do the same.

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