Texas scrimmaged for the third -- and final -- time of the preseason Wednesday at Royal-Texas…
Can Kelson Come Out and Play?
Most recruiting services considered Drew Kelson a prototypical SS when signed as a Parade All-American out of Houston Lamar in 2004. "He had 3,000 stars next to his name when he came in here," Co-defensive coordinator Duane Akina said. "He could have lent some of his stars because he had so many stars next to his name." Yet, rather than a starring role, Kelson has made cameo appearances at several positions on both sides of the ball at Texas. As such, Akina describes Kelson as "the ultimate teammate". Indeed, Kelson has been journeyman. His versatility and willingness to play multiple positions, however, have kept him from settling in at a particular spot. Initially, Kelson was moved from to DB to RB in 2004 after Selvin Young's season-ending injury at Arkansas and Eric Hardeman's injuries and off-the-field issues. "He was highly-recruited as...
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