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Incoming Miami star's two-sport dreams

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07:29 AM ET 02.13 | High school senior Malik Rosier is hoping his two-sport run lasts a little long at Miami than David Thompson's. [Thompson] offered sage advice for high school senior Malik Rosier, who will play football for coach Al Golden in the fall of 2014 and baseball for coach Jim Morris in the spring of '15. "Bust your butt in both sports," advised Thompson, "and stay healthy." ... Rosier's two-sport dreams are still intact. "Tell those guys I say hello and I'm ready to go practice with them," the Mobile Faith Academy sports star said during a phone interview this week with the Miami Herald. "They have a really good team." Although Rosier still breaks down football film with his offensive coordinator, he also is preparing to make the transition from catcher to outfielder at Faith Academy to preserve his knees.

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February 13, 2014  07:40 AM ET

Jameis wannabe.

February 13, 2014  08:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Bo wannabe.

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February 13, 2014  10:22 AM ET

Good luck, young man. Chase your dreams.

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