2015 CB Sheffield talks track, Aggies 

April, 30, 2013
HUNTSVILLE, Texas — When it comes to the track, success is almost as natural to Kendall Sheffield (Missouri City, Texas/Thurgood Marshall) as it is on the football field.

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Sam Khan Jr./ESPNClass of 2015 cornerback Kendall Sheffield is a track star, too.
Yes, Sheffield is one of the most notable Class of 2015 football prospects in the Houston area and the state of Texas, but the cornerback has been running track as long as he's been playing football. Over the weekend in the Texas Class 4A Region III track and field championships, he showed off those skills, winning the 300-meter hurdles (37.56 seconds) and finishing second to ESPN 150 cornerback Tony Brown in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 13.97 seconds.

It was his first regional title in high school and he'll head to the Texas state championships in May in both events.

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