Mickens adjusting to new role
Injuries have forced USC commit to start at quarterback the last two games
Updated: October 3, 2011, 3:47 PM ETBy Erik McKinney | We Are SC
LOS ANGELES -- Jaydon Mickens established himself as a highly recruited football player by catching an abundance of passes as a sophomore and junior. But he might cement his legacy at Los Angeles Dorsey High School by throwing a few as a senior.
With regular starter Reggie Bell unable to suit up due to a knee injury, Mickens made the switch to quarterback one day before a 14-12 loss to Redlands (Calif.) East Valley. Mickens said he played most of that game with his head swirling, doing his best to adjust to the new position.
Tom Hauck for ESPN.comJaydon Mickens has started at quarterback during the last two games, leading Los Angeles Dorsey to a 1-1 record.
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