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Hemsley comes to compete

Hemsley comes to compete

USC commit Roy Hemsley wanted to prove is worth to USC coaches Saturday at the linemen camp

Los Angeles (Calif.) offensive tackle Roy Hemsley has attended a big football camp since the U.S. Army All-American Underclassmen Combine last January. With basketball still a sport in which Hemsley excels, Saturday was his first time working on the same field with USC coaches. "That was really good because most times you aren't able to see the coach outside of games and a few spring practices... Recommended Stories

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