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Hendricks Improving at DT

Defensive tackle Dwayne Hendricks has added weight in preparation for the 2005 season. After redshirting last year he is one of a number of freshmen working hard to contribute this season.

Dwayne Hendricks currently stands 6-3 1/2 and in the 270-275-pound range. He arrived on campus at 245 pounds. What was the key to adding the weight? "A lot of eating and lifting weights," Hendricks said. "We have a serious strength coach to make you stronger." The 25-30 pounds he has added in the past seven months is natural. He has a solid frame and looks filled out. With his frame he...

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