But will Tim Tebow accept one fan's invitation to attend a Military Ball with her in April?
Airman Jamie Walden took to YouTube to ask the Denver Broncos quarterback to accompany her to the ball in Louisiana.
"I would be the luckiest and happiest girl if you were to say 'yes' and be my date," Walden says in the video.
The 20-year-old told KSLA that Tebow is a perfect date because he exhibits the same values as the military: integrity, excellence in all we do, and service before self.
And just in case her plea wasn't reason enough for Tebow to say "yes," Walden gathered some of her friends -- and even her Mom -- to help persuade the football superstar to be her date.
"She's everything you want in a woman, just say yes, Tim. Please," a fellow service member urges.
The video was also posted on a Florida Gators sports forum, a nod to the University of Florida, where Tebow gained his notoriety before being drafted into the NFL.
With her social media proposal, Walden joins the ranks of other military service members who've invited celebrities to special events.
Cpl. Kelsey de Santis extended an invitation to Justin Timberlake in 2011. The singer and actor accepted and attended the Marine Corps Ball in Richmond, Va., last November.
Mila Kunis and Kristin Cavallari followed suit after receiving their own invites via YouTube and Twitter shortly after.
Say yes, Tim. Football season's over.