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'06 Unwrapped: Leonard Gordon

Safety recruit Leonard Gordon

With Stanford's returning scholarship safeties all concentrated in the junior class, it is easy to see the need to score at that position in the 2006 class. A name high on the board for the Cardinal, though maybe a new name for you, is Kentucky standout safety Leonard Gordon. He has strong offers back east, while keeping an eye out west on Stanford.

He started the 2004 season at Fort Campbell High School (Fort Campbell, Ky.) as a rover/outside linebacker.  A ravenously physical player who enjoyed attacking ballcarriers and the line of scrimmage, Leonard Gordon had a clear focus starting his junior season.  Then the Falcons dropped their opener, 13-7, on the road in Tennessee.  Some critical mistakes by Fort Campbell's free safety... Recommended Stories

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