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Stanford Hosts Its Second Junior Day

Terrence Stephens

Just over a month after Stanford's big Junior Day weekend that resulted in the commitment of 4-star tight end Levine Toilolo and offensive lineman Camden Wentz, the Cardinal are back at it this weekend with another big contingent of unofficial visitors descending on The Farm for a couple of days of the second half of spring practice. Read on for more on the geographically diverse list of visitors.

Following the success of the major Junior Day weekend Stanford hosted that was built around a practice in Stanford Stadium on March 1, the Cardinal are hosting a second Junior Day today and tomorrow. The latest Junior Day follows the same model the football staff employed in March, with the team back in the stadium on Sunday. In addition to having a horde of junior recruits on hand for that... Recommended Stories

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