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2008 Intro: Ed Gainey

2008 Intro: Ed Gainey

WINSTON SALEM, N.C. --- After leading the state in interceptions last fall, Ed Gainey was awarded a spot on the Associated Press's All-State Football Team as only a junior.

"He's a ball hawk," said Barry Stewart, Winston Salem (N.C.) Mount Tabor's head football coach. "You put the ball in the air and he'll get it. He's good at following the quarterback's eyes and getting a good read from the scheme of the offense. "He's good at knowing where some of the tendencies are. He studies tape and I think that really adds to his game." Gainey, a 6-foot 185-pound defensive... Recommended Stories

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