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Meet the new Black Knights: DB

Alex Meier

ArmySports.com continues to review this year's incoming freshman class by position. Army's prep school produced three defensive back starters for Army in 2011. This year's incoming defensive backs look to be even more talented even with the loss of Cortland Fort, a cornerback with 4.49 speed, who left the prep school and signed with Wyoming.

The good news is that the most talented USMAPS cornerback and the safety who was the team's defensive MVP are joining the program this fall. United States Military Academy Prep School head coach Tom Simi smartly rotated his defensive back to corner positions, safety and rover. This allowed the incoming USMAPS defensive backs the ability to show the Army staff what they can do at multiple...

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