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Rayner Waiting It Out

Rayner Waiting It Out

SPARTANBURG, S.C. --- Although the defensive scheme utilized in the Shrine Bowl differs from what he has played at North Brunswick High School, there hasn't been much of a learning curve for Keilin Rayner.

"Pretty much, they ask me to stop the run," Rayner said. "Sometimes I drop back into coverage. It depends on the coverage we call." The Shrine Bowl mandates that both teams run a ‘50' defense, while North Brunswick has ran a 4-3 scheme. In both defenses, Rayner, a 6-foot-3, 228-pounder, lines up at inside linebacker. "There's not really a difference, because I still have O... Recommended Stories

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