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A whole new world for Ray-Ray

A whole new world for Ray-Ray

Tampa (Fla.) Sickles running back Ray-Ray McCloud had an eventful West Coast swing the last three weeks hitting UCLA, USC and then The Opening.

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Ray-Ray McCloud has spent more time on the West Coast this summer than he ever dreamed he would have a year ago. The dynamic 5-foot-9, 180-pound four-star visited UCLA and USC before heading to Oregon for The Opening this week. His three days in California opened his eyes to a whole new world. “It was my first time out west,” said McCloud. “I saw things I’ve never seen before...

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