Widely regarded as one of the nation's top high school football recruits at the age of 16, with a scholarship lined up to play for the University of Southern California, Brian Banks served more than five years in prison for the rape of a classmate; a rape he did not commit. In March of 2012, a Los Angeles judge reversed Banks’ conviction after he and the California Innocence Project presented new evidence proving his innocence. After trying out with several NFL teams, Banks recently signed on as a linebacker with the UFL Las Vegas Locomotives. He played his first professional football game on September 26 and is working on a documentary to tell his story, more at www.BrianBanks.org