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Gayden Keeping Options Open

Gayden Keeping Options Open

Whether it's his hometown school or colleges in the region of his current residence, Roszell Gayden is being pursued by football programs near and far. As one of the best 2010 junior college prospects in his position, Gayden is determined to take his time with the recruiting process. We talked to Gayden about his recruitment with the Sun Devils and whether he has narrowed down his list of suitors.

6-7 310 offensive tackle Roszell Gayden grew up in New Hope, Minn. and stated that he didn't get much recruiting attention during his prep career. "I played only two years of football," Gayden said. "I played defensive tackle my junior year and offensive tackle my senior year." He did ultimately commit to play for the hometown school, University of Minnesota, but academics forced him to take the...

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