Draft Notebook

There's a star quality about Keyvius Sampson. A brightness in his eyes, a softness in his voice, a laser for an arm. There are also shadows. The Florida prep flamethrower has everything going for him. A full ride to Florida State or the looming opportunity to sign a hefty pro contract, and the adoration of the community around him. But he'll forever be haunted by events from his youth: a high-profile criminal case, as well as the death of his mother.

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