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Defensive Newcomers to Watch: No. 1

Travis Feeney (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Today on Dawgman.com we finish our series where Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund take a look at some of top returning underclassmen that are currently in line to see a lot of playing time this fall. Next on the defensive side of the ball are a pair of safeties that could eventually be named in the pantheon of great DB duos. Milloy and Parrish? Rodgers and Peoples? Smith and Pahukoa? We'll see.

With Nate Fellner, Taz Stevenson and Evan Zeger moving down to linebacker during spring practice, that pushed James Sample and Travis Feeney a lot closer to significant playing time in 2012. But Sean Parker, Justin Glenn, Will Shamburger and Shaquille Thompson will certainly have something to say about that. Scouting Report - Both Sample and Feeney were in red for spring while they brought back...

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