Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Texas A&M football coach Kevin Sumlin said Thursday that former five-star running back Brandon Williams will enter August camp working out at the cornerback position. Per The Houston Chronicle:
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“He can always come back and play running back, we know that,” Sumlin said prior to Thursday night’s Brazos County Coach’s Night at the Brazos County Expo. “Let’s see what he can do, and he’s excited about it. If he can help us (on defense), and it helps him in his career, it will be a great move for both of us.”
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Dumb posts all around!
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Chavis done informed Sumlin they ain't got no talent on the D
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Triple post... damn.
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Might as well make the switch. A&M has no scholarship cornerbacks and doesn't use the running back position despite having plenty of talent on the roster...
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Might as well make the switch. A&M has no scholarship cornerbacks and doesn't use the running back position despite having plenty of talent on the roster...
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Might as well make the switch. A&M has no scholarship cornerbacks and doesn't use the running back position despite having plenty of talent on the roster...
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"He can always come back and play running back."

Women recognize this tactic as "Come on, baby. Just the tip, then we can stop."
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Time to start looking at other schools to transfer to kid.....
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