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Rambo working hard at Senior Bowl

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It really will not be an offseason for college seniors and underclassmen who have qualified for the NFL draft in April.

The pre-draft work has started for some of college football's top players who have been picked to play in the Senior Bowl all-star game.

Georgia teammates Bacarri Rambo from Donalsonville and Damascus' Shawn Williams will be playing in what is considered the top college football all-star game along with Cairo's J.J. Wilcox who played at Georgia Southern.

In an era where many of college football's top players leave early for the NFL, Bacarri Rambo says staying four years has helped him become a better player.

"As far as I can remember. I didn't know too much. I was just really relying on my athleticism. Now I know the game. I just know what to do and it still allows me to play full speed," said Bacarri Rambo.

The Senior Bowl is Saturday in Mobile, Alabama.

 

 

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