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Lone Star DT is a Recruiting Rarity

Lone Star DT is a Recruiting Rarity

It's fairly uncommon for high school players to enroll as college freshmen in the spring. Kendrick Payne from Houston Klein Forest is one of those players, which naturally makes him that much more attractive of a prospect. The Sun Devils have taken notice of the defensive tackle and will bring him in for a visit. Devils Digest talked to Payne about his recruitment with the maroon and gold.

When it comes to newcomers on a team, college coaches often talk about the importance of a player coming in the spring, getting acclimated in the off-season to his school and surroundings, and gaining invaluable experience during spring practice, all before the rigors of training camp begin in the summer. Therefore, Kendrick Payne standing at 6-3 260, has become somewhat of hot commodity, and...

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