Meet the New Mids: Defensive Backs

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Last season Navy's inexperienced defensive backfield struggled in pass coverage. The defensive backs allowed over 74% of their opponents passes to be completed against them. That needs to change if Navy is to rebound from its first losing season since 2002. Several new players will likely enable the Mids to improve on pass defense. Look inside for more.

Most of this year's defensive back recruits played last season at the Naval Academy Prep School where head coach J.P. Shevory smartly rotated them to give them experience at different positions. GoMids.com will now look at the new Mid defensive backs. Last year's Naval Academy Prep School team produced a number of talented defensive back prospects. One of the best was cornerback Quincy Adams...

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