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Central Valley High School Grad Selected In NFL Draft

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DAVIE, Fla. (AP) - Central Valley High School graduate Will Davis has been taken by the Miami Dolphins in the third round of the NFL draft. Davis, who played just one season of football for Central Valley, was a cornerback at Utah State.
 
Davis was a two-year starter for the Aggies who made five interceptions and broke up 17 passes last year.
 
Miami traded with Green Bay to acquire the pick, the 93rd overall. The Dolphins gave the Packers three picks Saturday - the 109th, 146th and 224th.
 
Earlier Friday, Miami added cornerback Jamar Taylor of Boise State in the second round and guard-tackle Dallas Thomas of Tennessee in the third round.

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