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Spelling Bee co-champion visits Dez Bryant, Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, left, stands by as 11-year-old spelling bee champion Nahir Janga of Austin, throws up a celebratory 'X' at the NFL football team's minicamp at Valley Ranch in Irving, Texas, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Janga was on hand to visit with the Cowboys and meet Bryant who inspired him to throw up an 'X' when he won the spelling bee. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, left, stands by as 11-year-old spelling bee champion Nahir Janga of Austin, throws up a celebratory 'X' at the NFL football team's minicamp at Valley Ranch in Irving, Texas, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Janga was on hand to visit with the Cowboys and meet Bryant who inspired him to throw up an 'X' when he won the spelling bee. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

When it's time to celebrate, Dallas Cowboys fans "throw up the X."

That's what 11-year-old Nihar Jenga did when he was crowned Scripps National Spelling Bee co-champion last month.

It caught the attention of the originator of the X, Dez Bryant.

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#NiharJanga you just made my whole day buddy.. Congrats on winning the #spellingbee champ.. Some how some way I have to get you to a game #x

— Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) May 27, 2016

The Austin, Texas native got an invite to meet No. 88 and the Dallas Cowboys this week at minicamp.