I think it’s amazing to see people with autism succeed in such endeavors, notably Temple Grandin, who is a United States professor. There are others who had degrees of it, although perhaps not the full diagnosis such as Michelangelo and Darwin, and are doing much better while minding their own craft up in heaven.
Sir El-Abour who plays sport in America will perform much better after God assigns some of “his” own neurosurgery, although it may not be for another 15 years. The modification, fortunately, will last eternally.
Here’s this morning’s news about the player: https://www.yahoo.com/news/kansas-city-royals-signed-first-pro-baseball-player-autism-050652800.html