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Hancock may be a budding star

You dismissed the 45-yard touchdown catch he made in Tennessee's first preseason scrimmage because it came against third-team defenders. When he caught five balls for 68 yards and another TD in Scrimmage No. 2, you wondered if he might be for real.

Once he celebrated his promotion to second-team status by catching four passes for 36 yards and two more scores Tuesday evening in Scrimmage No. 3, the reality finally sank in: Quintin Hancock is no ordinary freshman. The 6-2, 185-pounder from St. Augustine, Fla., is quite extraordinary, in fact. That's why he'll be seeing action when the Vols open the 2006 season against California on Sept....

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