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RECRUITING: Confident Reggie Odom Leads DeLand

In 2004, the DeLand Bulldogs posted their first winning season in seven years under first year coach Dean Fabrizio. Expectations for the Bulldogs will be higher in 2005 and one of the reasons for the improved outlook is defensive tackle Reggie Odom, a force in the middle who will have his choice of Division I schools.

The 6-2, 295 pound Odom won't be outworked by anyone on the football field. His strong work ethic has led to success on the field and confidence that he can play the game well. He has developed his football skills to the point that he has a very well rounded game. "Pass rushing, clogging up the middle," Odom says are some of strong points. "Opening up holes for the linebackers to make tackles... Recommended Stories

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