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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Dave Mencarini
Alex Twine didn't play as a sophomore at Gaithersburg's Quince Orchard High School for academic reasons. He languished through part of his junior year as a reserve who saw most of his time on special teams.
"I do think his best days are ahead of him, but he doesn't have time right now," Mencarini said. "He understands the game very well. He has all the physical tools; it's the mental part that needs to catch up. But he understands football and understands defense."