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Pickelman Closing In on College Choice

Defensive end Kevin Pickelman and his teammates at Marshall (Mich.) High School recently completed a 5-4 campaign, just missing the state playoffs. After four years as a varsity starter for the Redhawks, Pickelman is now focusing on where he will play his college football.

Defensive end Kevin Pickelman just completed a record-setting four-year varsity career at Marshall (Mich.) High School. "I like to hit people," said the 6-foot-4, 240-pound Pickelman, who has good speed to go with his size and strength. Pickelman recorded 296 tackles in three seasons as a defensive starter, shattering the old school record of 267 career tackles. This season, Pickelman garnered... Recommended Stories

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