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Afolabi Aromire, C.H. Flowers, Sr.

Friday, March 25, 2005; Page D11


C.H. Flowers' Afolabi Aromire, right, is back to lead the Jaguars in his final year. (Katherine Frey -- The Washington Post)

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Aromire has overcome injuries that plagued the early part of his career and is in the midst of a dazzling senior season. He was a starting cornerback on the Jaguars' successful football team in the fall and he led the indoor track team to a state championship with two individual titles in the 300 and 500. He anchored the Jaguars' national-championship 4x400-relay team.


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