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Adeboye Aromire

There was no fancy dinner, no big celebration party the night Woodson High (Washington, D.C.) defensive back Adeboye Aromire committed to Virginia Tecch last week. Instead, what Aromire did in the hours after he made his non-binding pledge speaks volumes of his character, and his approach to life and football. Aromire told what he did after committing, and it is not what you expect.

After Adeboye Aromire made arguably the biggest decision of his life, the Woodson High (Washington, D.C.) cornerback celebrated by working an 11-hour shift. Yup, Aromire committed to Virginia Tech last Friday morning, then headed to Nationals Park to spend the afternoon and night working in a stockroom as the Washington Nationals hosted the Chicago White Sox. "It was fine," he said. "I could... Recommended Stories

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