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Navy may have located a diamond in the rough deep in the heart of Texas in Diamon Cannon, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound Über-athlete who has played defense line, linebacker, and in the secondary for Killeen (Texas) Shoemaker High School. It was during the spring when Cannon first started hearing from Navy by way of Mick Yokitis.

"Towards the end of May a lot of coaches were stopping by the school," Diamon Cannon told GoMids.com. "Coach Yokitis felt I'd be a good fit in the Navy defense. He said that they like me at a hybrid defensive end-outside linebacker position. They think I'm a pretty good pass rusher, but have good ability to be able to drop back...

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