CENTRAL FLORIDA (CBSMiami) – A Central Florida fourth grader who was bullied over his homemade University of Tennessee T-shirt has been offered a full ride to the school.

Should he decide to attend UT and meet admission requirements, the university’s four-year scholarship covers his tuition and fees in fall 2028.

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The university also announced that approximately 55,000 shirts based on a Florida boy’s now-viral makeshift Vol design have been ordered and some have arrived at the university.

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The school said some consumers will get their shirts as early as next week.

The boy made headlines after his teacher, Laura Snyder posted a picture of his homemade Tennessee shirt to social media.

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He wanted to represent the Vols on college colors day at his elementary school but didn’t have a UT shirt. The elementary student got creative and made his own UT logo on a white piece of paper and pinned it to an orange shirt.