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Mickens looking for chance to prove himself

Navarro CB Tramone Mickens (5-11, 190) is a humble player who plays a big game. He isn't the biggest corner on the block, but he loves to play physical and this past season the talented prospect locked down one side of the field for the Bulldogs and with that productivity combined with his overall talent, four-year schools are already starting to show him some interest...

Mickens was a standout prep at Lincoln (Dallas, Tx.) High School and signed with Texas A&M, but since he was unable to qualify, the Aggie coaches pointed him in Navarro's direction. "When I didn't end up there they said Navarro would be a great place for me and I agree," Mickens told JCFootball.com over the weekend. "I have really enjoyed...

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