Some Central Texans that visit the Jimmy John's in Waco are getting a little more than they paid for.
That's because former Baylor student and St. Louis Rams Running Back Terrance Ganaway is now serving up subs during the NFL offseason.
Terrance Ganaway's decision to come to work for Jimmy John's wasn't a hard one.
"Staying out of trouble is the big thing, a lot of, it gets real dull during the off season for any athlete regardless of the sport and we have a lot of money a lot of free time it doesn't go hand and hand in some cases," said Ganaway.
Terrance sent out a tweet asking if anyone knew about any jobs in the Waco area.
And just a few minutes later a Jimmy John's employee replied.
"I got a whole bunch of text messages from people that work here, and they just said you need to hire Terrace, please hire Terrace, please tell me your going to hire him," said Jimmy John's manager David Poe.
And after completing the application process he was hired.
"It's really cool to see like a player who does make a lot of money like coming back to his roots, and like being humble, and like working at a place like this even though you know he doesn't have to," said Baylor student Kelsey Moore.
Terrance hopes his actions will inspire young people to realize that working hard does pay off.
And it doesn't matter what your goal is as long as you give it, your all.
"Anything he doesn't know how to do, he's eager to learn, he jumps at every opportunity to better himself as an employee," said Poe.
"I think a lot of athletes today could learn from somebody like him," said Moore.
Proving that people agree with Terrance when he said if even if you make it to where you're trying to go, never forget the road you took to get there.
"I'm very grateful for the opportunity that I have with football, but you can be successful in all types of careers and jobs," said Ganaway.
"Terrance said that he enjoys working here at Jimmy John's and will continue to do so until he has to go back to St. Louis for training in late March.
Ganaway was an All-American, All-Big 12 and the offensive MVP of the 2011 Valero Bowl.
He set or tied 13 school records in his senior year.