Posted March 25, 2012 on alabama.scout.com
If there is an Alabama player who came into his own in the nick of time it is Kevin Norwood. Not only did the upcoming junior wide receiver have a big game in New Orleans when Marquis Maze was lost to a hamstring injury, he is one of the most experienced returning men at a position that is rebuilding for 2012.
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