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Robert Lane

Robert Lane knows the ropes of what it takes to play football on the Division I level and in the SEC. This summer, he's not only working hard to get himself ready for his junior campaign at the semi-new position of tight end, he's trying to impress on the newcomers how important the summer workouts are to their immediate success. Read about it inside.

As anyone who follows college football is aware, summer is an important time for aspiring or established players. The months of June and July are critical for many reasons. Just ask junior Tight End Robert Lane. "You can't start off two-a-days behind the conditioning or learning curves. If you do, there's a chance you won't catch up until midway through the season," Lane, who was moved... Recommended Stories