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Practice Interview: Wayne Lyons

Wayne Lyons

One of the most highly-rated players from the recruiting class of 2011 was Wayne Lyons, a safety from Fort Lauderdale, FL, who committed to the Cardinal last January. Lyons, who has the versatility to play safety or corner, committed to Stanford last January at the US Army All American game - despite the Cardinal not having a head coach in place.

Wayne Lyons talked about his first days as a Stanford football player in a recent interview with The Bootleg. Among the topics discussed was playing behind starter Michael Thomas and his transition from high school to college football. The Bootleg: What are your general impressions from the first week? Wayne Lyons: It's a great program. Everyone's working hard, great coaches—just getting a chance... Recommended Stories

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