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2011 Intro: Jamison Crowder

MONROE, N.C. --- Jamison Crowder had a Devin Hester-like campaign for Monroe High last season, returning five punts and two kickoffs for touchdowns.

"I really don't have a secret," Crowder said. "I just do what I know to do best: just run to make plays happen. And my teammates do a good job of blocking and setting up lanes." Crowder, a 5-foot-9, 160-pound athlete, didn't solely make an impact on special teams. "He does a lot of things offensively and defensively," Monroe head football coach Johnny Sowell said. "When you have an athlete as... Recommended Stories

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