A documentary about Tim Tebow will debut Thursday night on ESPN.
“Tim Tebow: Everything In Between” will air at 7 p.m.
The one-hour program is a look at Tebow at home, on the road, in the public spotlight and out of it. The result is an in-depth look at a Gator icon during a period of professional and personal transition. The documentary follows the former Florida quarterback from the end of the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 2010 through his first game in the NFL earlier this season.
“It’s just a pretty cool look at behind the scenes of everything that went on in my life between my last play in college and the draft, ” Tebow said Tuesday morning on the Dan Patrick radio show. “I’m pretty excited about it.”
Chase Heavener, the son of prominent UF booster Bill Heavener (his name is on the new football complex), was the director. The doc was produced by his company, Fiction, in association with Tebow’s XV Enterprises.
“I’m basically living with the guy right now. It’s cool,” Heavener told The Gainesville Sun for a story last year. “There are so many stories within a story in this. It’s crazy. We’re having a good time.
“Tim is who he says he is 100 percent. He’s a really down-to-earth, mellow guy. It’s fun hanging out with him.”