Ricky Seals-Jones returns with new gloves 

October, 27, 2012
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SEALY, Texas -- For a little more than a quarter, Sealy (Texas) High School receiver Ricky Seals-Jones was himself again, making big plays and taking over a football game.

After seven weeks on the sideline, the result of a dislocated kneecap suffered on Sept. 6, the 6-foot-5, 230-pound ESPN 150 receiver showed no ill effects of the knee injury that kept him out of action. He showed the trademark explosiveness on Friday night that has made him one of the nation's most coveted prospects while catching a touchdown pass and returning an interception for another score.

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