Storey, Hill better than their billing

Posted: December 16, 2012 at 4:13 a.m.

Charleston quarterback Ty Storey (No. 4), at 6-3 and 217 pounds, stood out even before he passed for nearly 4,400 yards and 46 touchdowns.

Expectations were high this summer for Charleston quarterback Ty Storey and Bryant wide receiver K.J. Hill.


Bryant’s K.J. Hill showed his skills early in the 7-on-7 season and finished with 48 catches and 11 touchdowns. (By: MICHAEL ORRELL) (Credit: El Dorado News-Times)

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Sports, Pages 33 on 12/16/2012


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