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Different Paths to Indy

They were two of the nation's very best players in the 2010 recruiting class but wide receivers Robert Woods and Da'Rick Rogers took two totally different paths to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

Indianapolis, Ind.- Robert Woods and Da'Rick Rogers are right where they are supposed to be here at the NFL Combine. After all, they were both considered two of the top wide receiver prospects in the nation when they came out from the high school ranks in the Class of 2010. Woods, ranked No. 1 in the country signed with USC. Rogers, rated No.4, signed with Tennessee. But after they arrived on...

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