Like him or not, you have to say one thing about Tim Tebow: he seems like a really nice guy. Last night, Tebow appeared on "The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart, promoting his new autobiography "Through My Eyes", which details Tebow's upbringing and his success at Florida. Tebow seems young to have written an autobiography - he's only 23-years-old - but he's certainly been a controversial figure over the last few years and this autobiography catapults him back into the spotlight again.
In the interview, Tebow spends some time talking about his life growing up with missionary parents, and the work he did (and is currently doing) to support a Philippine orphanage. As he points out, he's founded the Tim Tebow Foundation, which supports around 600 orphanages at the moment. Whether you think he's overrated or not, Tebow's a classy, nice guy.
Video is after the jump.