College of Sequoias linebacker Rashad Gayden played mostly special teams last year, but he expects…
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The 6-foot-3, 230-pound Gayden is the twin brother of Auburn-bound offensive tackle Roszell Gayden.
Originally from Minnesota, Rashad and his brother came west in 2008 to play for COS.
"He had a lot of mid-major schools looking at him," COS coach Tony Perry said. "He's a big, physical player and he'll do well.
As with Watson, San Jose State only recently jumped into the mix for Gayden, and convinced the talented player to sign.
"The new staff (at SJSU) got on him and he decided to sign," Perry said. "He was considering going with his brother to Auburn but wants to do his own thing."
Inside Sparta will have more from Rashad Gayden later this week.
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