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Last season, Kendrick Lewis switched from wide receiver to the secondary. Everything seemed smooth as he earned the starting free safety slot heading into the 2007 campaign. Then, he hit a wall, or you could say didn't hit anything, and lost his job.

Junior Free Safety Kendrick Lewis played in all 12 games last season in his first year on defense as a collegiate player after spending his true freshman year on the offensive side of the ball as a wide receiver. He started seven of those contests. Yet the impression he left was not what he was hoping for. Kendrick has a natural knack for pass coverage, but his run support was admittedly poor...

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