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London Davis Working Overtime To Succeed

Many athletes want to play as freshmen in college. They don't want to redshirt to save a year of eligibility. But sometimes, it can be the best thing for them. Tight end London Davis openly admits he wasn't ready to play as a freshman last fall, but he is working hard to prepare himself for the upcoming season.

Cahokia High School's London Davis came to Illinois unprepared for college ball. He was listed as a tight end, but he didn't need all the techniques required of him now. "I played tight end in high school, but we ran a spread offense. So I was like a receiver in high school. I'd never been in a three point stance before." London has aspirations of playing pro ball someday, so he knew that... Recommended Stories

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