Q&A: OT Kent Perkins talks improvement 

September, 19, 2012
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ESPN 150 offensive tackle Kent Perkins (Dallas/Lake Highlands) tried to lay low during his offseason. He attended few camps and combines. He didn’t need them.

Instead, the Texas offensive tackle commit dedicated his spring and summer to improving all facets of his game. That dedication has paid off so far in his senior season, as the team captain has helped lead Lake Highlands to a 2-1 start this year.

Following a dramatic 30-28 last-second victory over Rowlett on Friday, Perkins brought HornsNation up to speed on how he has improved as a lineman, what’s motivating him and how good it feels to be a future Longhorn.
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