Carroll freshman touted as best within football family
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Carroll freshman touted as best within football family

Jonathan Haden has big shoes to fill as a freshman football player at Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington, D.C. Three of his older brothers are football standouts with Joe a 2010 first round draft pick signing with the Cleveland Browns. Although yet to prove himself, Jonathan is touted to be better than his brothers. (Alan Goldenbach/The Washington Post)

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