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Navy a chance to give back, says Abdul Majeed

Cornerback Abdul Majeed signed his Certificate of Intent to the Naval Academy of National Signing Day. The 5-foot-9.5, 180-pound multidimensional athlete from The Hun School of Princeton (Princeton, N.J) also played slotback and wide receiver for his high school. He spoke with on why he decided to join the Midshipmen.

"To start with," said Majeed," I feel like, as a citizen of this country, it gives me the chance to give back. I have family who have served and I have always wanted to serve myself. Obviously, the education [at the Naval Academy] is the best in the world. It's a chance to play Division 1 football at the highest level... Recommended Stories

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