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    During his three years as a starter at Grant High School in Sacramento, Walker was one of the top linebackers in California. He was a Metro Conference selection and the league’s defensive MVP. In this photo, Walker (left) runs through a play during practice at Grant High School, August 31, 2004, as a senior.
    Florence Low | Sacramento Bee
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    Armond Armstead (DT), 6-5, 305 pounds, Pleasant Grove
    Born Aug. 3, 1990, Armond Armstead signed as an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots. He previously played professional football for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. He played college football at USC. In this photo, Armstead celebrates a tackle while with the Toronto Argonauts.
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    Armond Armstead, seen in an NFL pre-draft workout, played high school football at Pleasant Grove High in Elk Grove.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
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    Christian Tupou (DT), 6-2, 290, Grant High School
    Born in Sacramento in 1989, Chicago Bears defensive lineman Christian Tupou is shown running a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis on Monday, Feb. 27, 2012. He was signed by the Bears on May 13, 2013, after graduating from USC.
    Dave Martin | AP
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    Grant High School No. 55 Christian Tupou motions toward his teammates during a home game against Bakersfield, August 31, 2006.
    Florence Low | Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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    Seneca Wallace (QB), 5-11, 205 pounds, Rancho Cordova High School
    Wallace, born Aug. 6, 1980 in Sacramento, was recently signed by the Green Bay Packers after a short San Francisco 49ers roster stint. Before being drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round of the 2003 NFL Draft, he played college football at Iowa State. Wallace first played out of high school at Sacramento City College to stay close to home. In this Aug. 24, 2012, photo, Cleveland Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace (6) reacts to fans after a preseason NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Cleveland.
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    Wallace is shown here with the Panthers during a game against the College of the Sequoias at Hughes Stadium on September 9, 2000.
    Scott Lorenzo | Sacramento Bee
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    Lance Briggs (LB),
    6-1, 242 pounds, Elk Grove High School
    Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs was born in Sacramento on Nov. 12, 1980. He was drafted out of Arizona by the Bears in the third round of the 2003 NFL Draft. Briggs was named Sacramento Bee Player of the Year as a senior with 100 tackles, including five sacks. He was also a two-year track letterman in the 200 meters, relay and shot put. In this photo, Briggs (55) works with teammates during NFL football training camp Friday, July 26, 2013, at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill. In this photo, Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs smiles as he talks with teammates during NFL football training camp Saturday, July 27, 2013, at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill.
    Nam Y. Huh | AP
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    Briggs, of the Elk Grove Thundering Herd, joins five other team members as they signed letters of intent for colleges and universities at Elk Grove High on Feb. 3, 1999. Briggs chose to attend the University of Arizona, and holds the university's cap in his hand just after arriving at the table to join his teammates. As a linebacker for the University of Arizona, he was a two-time first-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection.
    Dick Schmidt | Sacramento Bee
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    Wyoming wide receiver Malcom Floyd dives for the ball as he makes a catch during the first half against Montana State, Saturday, Aug. 30, 2003, in Laramie, Wyo. Wyoming won 21-10. Floyd, as a pro playing for the Chargers, turned in a 213-yard performance against Oakland in 2010, tying for the fourth best single-game performance in team history.
    Chris Crewell | Sacramento Bee
  • Granite Bay's Miles Burris gets a kiss from his mother, Donna Miles, after he signs his letter of intent to attend San Diego State University with a football scholarship.
    Randy Pench | Sacramento Bee
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    Coye Francies (CB), 6-0, 185 pounds, Rancho Cordova High School
    Born Nov. 15, 1988, Francies was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He is a free agent. He played college football at San Jose State. In this photo, Francies looks on in the fourth quarter.
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    Donald Butler (LB), 6-1, 245 pounds, Del Campo High School
    Butler played college football at the University of Washington. He was considered one of the top linebacker prospects for the 2010 NFL Draft, and was selected with the 79th by the San Diego Chargers. In this photo, Butler returns an interception for a 21-yard touchdown in the second quarter of San Diego's victory over Kansas City. The interception was one of three Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel threw in the first half.
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    Collie was named the Sacramento Bee's Most Valuable Player as an Oak Ridge receiver. Here, he gets ready to take the field after a break during practice at Oak Ridge in El Dorado Hills on Monday, Oct. 06, 2003.
    Andy Alfaro | Sacramento Bee
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