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Jamar Criswell collects two offers

Jamar Criswell, out of the bantam town of Morrilton, Ark., is receiving serious attention from recruiters after a momentous sophomore season, his very first on varsity. Criswell, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound, do-everything type at running back, slot receiver, and occasional defensive back, racked up more than 1,000 rushing yards and close to 650 yards receiving on the way to 1st team All-State honors.

"As a sophomore, I felt like I played with a better attitude," Jamar Criswell said. "The way I carried myself during the game improved. I tried to help my teammates move on after a bad situation and keep them motivated. I'd tell them ‘on the next play, let's get some payback'. I also tried to play the game with sportsmanship by helping the other team's players up after the play. We didn...

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