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"On the Spot" with OG David DeCastro [#52]

DeCastro is preparing to pave!

One of the great pleasures of covering Stanford Football is having the chance to meet so many of the fine young student-athletes and help our readers get to know them. From a football standpoint, young David DeCastro's continued accelerated development, along with the veteran presence of rising Matt Kopa at right tackle should be key to the continuation of our effective running game in 2009.

"On the Spot" with OG David DeCastro [#52]The Bootleg's "Emeritus" spent a few minutes with six-foot, five-inch, 310-pound redshirt freshman offensive guard David DeCastro immediately following Tuesday's morning practice (Fall Practice #2). The second-year player from Bellevue, Wash., who was rated Scout's #3 center in 2007, is currently slated to see his first college football action in a... Recommended Stories

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