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Banks in the Secondary 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 experience and a new sense of dedication that comes from the realization the quarterback position will be manned by someone else. Two years into his college career, the former Parade All-American quarterback has to focus on his NFL future which won't be as a signal caller. Banks simply doesn't possess the passing skills to excel in a pro-style offensive system. But he could probably write his own ticket either catching passes or defending against them. Plus, the opportunity to do both could turn him into a Heisman candidate...
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