The fifth-year defensive back can play on the boundary, in the nickel or at safety. But for the former Good Counsel and Virginia Tech star, corner is where the picks are.
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Images in the exhibition, hung on fences and lamp posts downtown, can be accessed by anyone with a printer.
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