3-Year-Old Wows Syracuse University Basketball Fans With 'Star-Spangled Banner' Rendition | Inside Edition

3-Year-Old Wows Basketball Fans With 'Star-Spangled Banner' Rendition

3-year-old Drake Winslow had stumbled on the words at a previous performance just months before.

Who knew so much patriotism could be found in such a little boy?

Three-year-old Drake Winslow became the youngest anthem singer in the arena when he belted out the "Star-Spangled Banner" before a Syracuse University women’s basketball game.

Even though he had trouble enunciating, pronouncing “brave” as “bwave” and “free” as “fwee,” and stumbled on other words a couple times, little Drake was met with applause when he made it through his heartfelt performance.

The tot was no stranger to the spotlight. In July, Drake adorably performed at a minor league baseball game in New York — even though that time around, he mixed up a few of the words.

He's not the only pint-sized performer.

Across the country in California, 7-year-old Malea Emma belted out a passionate performance of the Star Spangled Banner ahead of an LA Galaxy soccer game.

In Lexington, Kentucky, 7-year-old Olivia Towles who has cerebral palsy, sang ahead of a Lexington Legends MLB game.

And 3-year-old Garret sang proudly in the stands of a New England Patriots game, accompanied by Boston Police Officer Kim Tavares, who took center stage, singing the anthem at Gillette Stadium just the week before.

"It felt like God gave us this voice and that is the song that came to mind," Tavares told Inside Edition.