Found June 08, 2013 on NFL Draft Zone:
Usually when you look at college football players, they were major standouts in the game their entire life.  Well my next interviewee didn’t play football his entire life; he didn’t start playing football until his senior year in high school. Jamaal Johnson-Webb was not really involved in sports, until one day he was approached by the football coach, and asked why he didn’t play a sport?  Jamaal Johnson-Webb would have stood out in a high school atmosphere, not because of his dazzling good looks, but because he is a mammoth.  “Dub” stands 6’5 and weighs 300 plus pounds, so it was easy to understand where his coach was coming from. Jamaal is not a slouch by any means and loves a challenge, and because he listened to his coaches he was blessed with a better education. “I remember the coaching staff asking me why I didn’t play football.  They would tell me they could use me, I guess I was slacking when it came to sports in high school.” – Jamaal Johnson-Webb It was that same coaching sta
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