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Crestman leads Vols as sophomore

October 8, 2013

Colt Crestman looks the football into his arms during a game this season for Starkville Academy. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

There can be much weighing on a sophomore football player.
Starkville Academy’s Colt Crestman knows that feeling all too well as the young Volunteer serves as a starting wide receiver and safety.
“Being a sophomore, it feels like you have a lot of pressure on you from older guys,” Crestman said. “They are used to playing high school football and it is your first season so you are nervous about it.”

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