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New Hampshire's Spinney Taking His Time

New Hampshire's Spinney Taking His Time

You could say that football is pumping through the veins of New Hampshire standout lineman Mark Spinney. He is the grandson of Baltimore Colts All-Pro Art Spinney and Frank Dancewicz, All-American quarterback at Notre Dame and the number one player selected in the 1946 NFL Draft by the Boston Yankees. Mark's father, Steve, played his college football at Syracuse.

Scout.com three-star prospect Mark Spinney, a 6-foot-4, 260-pound lineman from Bishop Guertin High in N.H., is clearly the state's most heavily recruited player for the recruiting class of 2007. Spinney has racked up an impressive offer list and has toured many of the programs who have been recruiting him up to this point. "Recruiting is going well," Spinney began. "I have a bunch of offers. I...

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