Mangum earns special MVP award
Notebook: Quarterback makes unexpected switch to team in need of signal-caller
Updated: January 6, 2012, 1:30 AM ETBy Dave Hooker | ESPN.com
- Kim Klement/US PresswireFSU commit and No. 1 QB recruit Jameis Winston (left) shares UA All-America Game MVP honors with fellow QB Tanner Mangum, a BYU commit.ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Tanner Mangum proved to be a new kind of dual-threat quarterback. The four-star quarterback from Eagle (Idaho) High School began Thursday night's Under Armour All-America Game as a quarterback for the White team. He was forced to switch sides during halftime after the three quarterbacks on the Black team's roster were unable to play because of minor injuries.
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