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Back to Offense No Problem for Stevens

Hamani Stevens

Freshman Hamani Stevens has shown a lot of versatility already this season. He enrolled in school in June, went through the voluntary workouts and so far in fall camp has played on both sides of the ball.

Last week he played on defense and yesterday was switched back to the offense in what Head Coach Mike Bellotti characterizes as a "temporary permanent" move, meaning the coaching staff is still deciding where Stevens fits in best. For Hamani Stevens, moving from defense to offense takes a...

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