A new ad campaign from Nike has sparked plenty of controversy recently, but one former Ohio State star is trying to turn that controversy into a positive.

Nike has used Colin Kaepernick in its recent ad campaign and has used the slogan, “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.” There’s been plenty of backlash to the new ad, and several people have shared photos of burned or destroyed Nike apparel.

That’s when a former Buckeye linebacker, Joshua Perry, stepped in.

Noticing an opportunity to take advantage of the situation, Perry sent out a series of tweets, explaining that he would find a better use for the Nike apparel that is no longer wanted.

Perry plans to donate all of the unwanted Nike apparel to people in need, a worthy and just cause for the situation.

What’s really unique is that Perry didn’t weigh in on the situation politically, nor did he condemn one side or another. Simply, Perry wants to find a better use for unwanted items, rather than seeing them burned, destroyed or otherwise put to waste.

Nike’s ad campaign might be controversial, but there’s nothing controversial about Perry’s goal and his attempt to help out people who would appreciate some of the apparel.