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Practice Tour: Jamar Lewter

Practice Tour: Jamar Lewter

WASHINGTON, D.C. --- A year ago, Jamar Lewter was heading into his junior season with a lot of uncertainty. After sitting out his sophomore season, the 6-foot-8, 280-pounder was moved from tight end to left tackle.

"I didn't like it at first," Lewter said. "I thought, basically, the colleges went for the skill positions – people that catch the ball, make plays, and score touchdowns." On the contrary, the move improved Lewter's recruiting stock, according to Moses Ware, Ballou's head football coach. "He has long arms, left-handed, and is flexible," Ware said. "When you see somebody that's athletic enough...

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