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  • American Heritage's 4-foot-5, 95-pound Running Back Adam Reed

    Reed, a 17-year old senior, is the fifth-string running back for the nationally-ranked Patriots. But he's become one of the stars, a player fans want to take photos with because of his size. Sept. 1, 2015. Vide by Manny Navarro / Miami Herald Staff

Reed, a 17-year old senior, is the fifth-string running back for the nationally-ranked Patriots. But he's become one of the stars, a player fans want to take photos with because of his size. Sept. 1, 2015. Vide by Manny Navarro / Miami Herald Staff MANNY NAVARRO MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Reed, a 17-year old senior, is the fifth-string running back for the nationally-ranked Patriots. But he's become one of the stars, a player fans want to take photos with because of his size. Sept. 1, 2015. Vide by Manny Navarro / Miami Herald Staff MANNY NAVARRO MIAMI HERALD STAFF

At 4-foot-5 and 95 pounds, he stands tall among his high school football teammates

September 01, 2015 10:01 PM

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