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Smokin' Fast Receiver High on Tigers

Perhaps the nation's fastest player for 2008 talks about his interest in Auburn and his summer plans.

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.--Coaches will always says ‘you can't teach speed' and that is true. You can teach someone to become faster, but football players who have legitimate national caliber track speed are rare indeed and were born to be fast. A football player who fits that description is Dillard wide receiver Harry Adams who continues to prove his sub 4.4 clocking in the 40-yard dash at last year...

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