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All eyes are trained on Edmonds as Fordham fights its way out of a 1-2 start to the season.Patriot League games start in two weeks, and he believes he will be back in the lineup by then at the latest.I love it.” The evaluators know he is the father of Avery, a two-year-old girl, and that he thanks each of them for coming.His workload off the field is light this semester, with no classes on Wednesday or Thursday.His two courses are Effective Speaking, a night class, and Introduction to the New Testament.He readies for the release of FIFA18, and believes himself to be the nation’s best college football player at the soccer video game.He considers getting a tattoo of the game’s logo on his calf, and traces the artwork already inked into his skin. One represents unconditional love for his sister, Morgan. The third notes an Old Testament passage from the book of Genesis .“May the Lord keep watch between you and me when we are away from each other,” it reads.

Division I teams shied away, worried that Edmonds was not only short on height but a shade too slow, as well.

Last season, he picked up 163.5 yards per game on the ground to lead the FCS.

Scouts try to reconcile his track record with his potential as a professional.

Informed that elevating his leg would hasten his recovery from the ankle sprain, he has reversed the end of the bed that he sleeps on to leverage his leg against the wall at night.

“I’m doing everything to get back as fast as possible,” he says. “I was trying to make too much happen.” Edmonds accepts responsibility for making the wrong read. Basile goes down; Edmonds shakes another Hawk and carries a third into the end zone for a 55-yard touchdown. “I had him with a few stiff arms, too,” Edmonds says.

Division I teams shied away, worried that Edmonds was not only short on height but a shade too slow, as well.

Last season, he picked up 163.5 yards per game on the ground to lead the FCS.

Scouts try to reconcile his track record with his potential as a professional.

Informed that elevating his leg would hasten his recovery from the ankle sprain, he has reversed the end of the bed that he sleeps on to leverage his leg against the wall at night.

“I’m doing everything to get back as fast as possible,” he says. “I was trying to make too much happen.” Edmonds accepts responsibility for making the wrong read. Basile goes down; Edmonds shakes another Hawk and carries a third into the end zone for a 55-yard touchdown. “I had him with a few stiff arms, too,” Edmonds says.

Injured Rams wear red mesh jerseys with white crosses. Sidelined by a left ankle sprain suffered while cutting back on an inside zone play against Central Connecticut State two weeks ago, Edmonds idles. “I’m gonna really go off.” He performs planks and pushups, crunches and calf-raises.