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Antonio Huffman "Doesn't Take Plays Off"
The defensive back's play in 2003, which came mainly in nickel and dime packages, was more solid than stupendous. Huffman, therefore, came into the 2004 campaign a relative obscurity. If his play so far is any indication, however, that may soon change. The 180-pound six-footer has rooted himself in the starting lineup and emerged, arguably, as one of the best cornerbacks in perhaps the best college football conference in America. He has 26 tackles, an interception, five pass breakups, two fumble recoveries, and a forced fumble in six games on the season. But to hear Huffman tell it, his supernova explosion onto the scene is just a matter of experience at the division one level. "I was young last year. First college season last year. So just coming with more experience, you know, I'm playing a little bit better, and the more games I get under my belt, the more I'll continue to improve." If Huffman's early development into a "lock-down" cornerback is a harbinger of things to come...
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