|Anders finally found his place on football field07/02/2002 GoPowercat.com|
Salina Central head coach Marvin Diener sees hundreds of kids each summer, organizing a Salvation Army football camp for fifth- through seventh-graders in the area, so it's no surprise he doesn't remember every name and face. But you'd think if his running back of the future was at those very camps three years in a row -- a player who would eventually be named Kansas Offensive Player of the Year in 2002 after rushing for 3,255 yards and 42 touchdowns -- surely he would have caught Diener's eye. At least you would think.
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