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Dame Ndiaye

Dame Ndiaye was excited to learn that three of the Arizona players he admires have made it to the next level. The defensive end signee is looking forward to stepping on the field at Arizona Stadium and following in their success.

With Arizona's Brooks Reed selected by Houston in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft, followed by teammates Ricky Elmore and D'Aundre Reed finding homes in Green Bay and Minnesota, UA boasts a total of three defensive ends selected in this year's draft. It's hard not to notice the success being produced on the defensive line at Arizona Stadium, but some are paying attention more than others... Recommended Stories

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