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GET TO KNOW: Davon Marion, S, Concord University

unnamedNFL Draft Diamonds has teamed up with Joseph Muia a very solid up and coming scout, to put together a series for our readers called Get to Know. What this series will do is allow you to be a featured on our site, whether you are a freshman or a senior in college. This is a series to help get players at any school gain exposure. We always strive to assist players that have the passion to make it to the next level. So we hope you enjoy our series called GET TO KNOW. Today’s Get to know series will focus on Concord Univeristy’s hard hitting safety Davon Marion, and we feel at NFL Draft Diamonds, you will want to know all about him.

AKA:    @vonnie_mac26               

Grade You Started Football:   1st Grade

High School:  Mount Hope High

Position/Positions: Running Back/ Free Safety

College: Concord University

Position/Positions: Strong Safety

Jersey Number: 26

Proudest Football Moment/Memory: Finally becoming an All-American after all the hard work.

Best On-Field Performance: My freshman year vs. WVWC I had 17 total tackles.

Checkout Davon’s Highlights HERE

Career Goals: To play as many years of pro ball as possible, then coach in the collegiate level one day.

Favorite Football Team: The Eagles

Player You Model Your Game After: Kam Chancellor

Favorite Down Time: Coaching my little league team never gets old

What Would You Want College Football Fans To Know About You: That I’m a very hard working young man. I have an amazing family. An also that I will continue to work hard to reach my goals.

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