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Patience Pays Off for Carnahan in Draft

As a construction major and an award winning carpenter in high school, Andrew Carnahan knows the importance of patience. He was four games into his senior year when he suffered a season-ending injury that he's still rehabbing. All the anguish he has gone through has paid off as he was selected in the 7th round by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Devils Digest talked to him about his exciting day.

The injury suffered by Andrew Carnahan wasn't only a blow to the Arizona State offensive line, but was also bound to hamper his once excellent chances, of getting selected in the 2007 NFL draft. It took over six hours for his name to be finally called, but he eventually got selected in the 252nd spot (out of 255). "I really didn't know what was gonna happen today," he admitted, "if I was gonna get... Recommended Stories

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