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Introducing the 2007 Class: Jarrell Holman

Introducing the 2007 Class: Jarrell Holman

At the end of spring practice Sun Devil observers expressed their concern with the starting cornerback position opposite Justin Tryon. That role saw a revolving door of candidates trying to nail down a spot to no avail. Jarrell Holman acknowledges that he lacks the consistency necessary to win that starting job, but his confidence and hunger still give him a very good chance to achieve that feat.

"I'm definitely in the mix for the starting spot," said the 6-0 194 Jarrell Holman who prepped at Cheyenne High School in Las Vegas. "I'm not worried about what people outside the team say about this, because they're not there everyday at practice – the coaches are. My original goal was to compete for a starting spot and I have a good chance to be that starter. I know I can play at this level and... Recommended Stories

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