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Topic - Brady Demell
It isn't easy to free up even a half-hour during preseason football camp. Whenever he can, Navy offensive lineman Bradyn Heap knows the best way to utilize it is scouring as much video as possible.
In the middle of Navy's offensive line this spring is a sophomore who spent half of last season on the scout team ... as a tackle.
"His wisdom to me and now to Bradyn or Tanner or whoever is in there, I think that's just a part of the brotherhood and helping out the next generation," DeMell said. "I can't do it anymore, and I want to try and get as much of my knowledge that I know from the game from my experience into them so it keeps going @ the same standard we have."