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Scouts have eye on Ivy Leaguers

Posted: April 25, 2013 at 3:56 a.m.

Harvard tight end Kyle Juszczyk (44) is one of three players from Ivy League schools who have a good chance to be taken this year in the NFL Draft.

Harvard tight end Kyle Juszczyk (44) is one of three players from Ivy League schools who have a good chance to be taken this year in the NFL Draft.

The Ivy League is a rich breeding ground for doctors, lawyers and economists.

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Sports, Pages 21 on 04/25/2013

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