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Seymour stepping up as a junior

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USC cornerback Kevon Seymour is still getting used to being called a junior on the football field, but says he's ready to step up in the secondary in 2014.

As a sophomore in 2013 cornerback Kevon Seymour started 11 games, appearing in all 14, for the Trojans and showed steady improvement as the season went on. Seymour, 6-foot 175-pounds, collected 48 tackles over the year, making one interception which he...

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