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  There is usually an awkward transition when a football player is making the adjustment from one position to another. Such is not the case for Marshall defensive back Micah Abraham. Abraham's move from safety to cornerback is one that makes him feel right at home - literallly. That's because Abraham grew up learning everything about cornerback from his father Donnie Abraham, who played nine years (1996-2004) at the position in the NFL with Tampa Bay and the New York Jets. Abraham's first playing time at Marshall came at safety, which was a position of need in 2019. Abraham took the opportunity and ran with it, earning Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors.

Now, Thundering Herd coaches want to see him at cornerback early in camp because of the skill set he possesses. Abraham is excited about that. "One big thing for being a DB is that you want to play in multiple positions," Abraham said. "When you make it to the next level, you can know that, 'OK coach, I know this position. Just put me there if somebody goes down." Abraham doesn't need much acclimation to the cornerback spot. After all, it is the position he was recruited to play when he signed with Marshall. - Charleston Gazette

rSr/2024 CB Micah AbrahamMarshall
News Source: Charleston Gazette

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