July 2, 2012

SEC speed in the Midwest

The Southeastern Conference, which boats national powers on a yearly basis, is commonly associated with superior speed and athleticism in the world of college football.

Rarely do schools like Alabama, Clemson and Vanderbilt look to the Midwest for talent. It's even less likely that each would stumble upon Brookfield, Wis., in the quest to find fill scholarships.

But such is the case for Alec James, who, at 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, fits the SEC prototype.

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