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Banks in the Secondary Makes Sense

Banks in the Secondary Makes Sense

Although it's purely at a developmental stage with an athlete that's officially suspended from the team, there is a lot about looking at James Banks in the secondary that makes sense.

His raw talent was good enough to move to wide receiver last season and lead Tennessee in catches with 42 and in receiving yards with 62. He was second in touchdowns with six, one behind Chris Hannon. Despite only a few snaps of college game experience as a wideout, Banks was the type of difference maker on offense Tennessee had been looking for. He should be better this season with a year's...

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