Cloyd goes from potential amputee to nation's top JUCO LB

By JOSHUA CAMPBELL,

Sitting in a doctor’s office in Hattiesburg, Kevon Cloyd couldn’t believe his ears. Just three days before, he had been a rising sophomore linebacker trying to crack the varsity lineup for the Columbia Wildcats.

 
 
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