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Gatewood hopes to represent VU proudly

Linebacker Curtis Gatewood of Memphis is thrilled to be playing for the Tennessee All-Stars on Friday-- but the Vanderbilt signee says he's less than thrilled about having to wear an orange jersey in order to do so. The Volunteer State's finest high school seniors take on the Kentucky All-Stars Friday evening at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, and Gatewood gave VandyMania this inside look at the team's preparations in Knoxville.

KNOXVILLE-- Before he ever suits up in black and gold, Vanderbilt football signee Curtis Gatewood will have to wear orange-- a prospect about which he's less than thrilled. As a member of the Tennessee All-Stars-- preparing this week at the University of Tennessee's facilities for a Friday game against the Kentucky All-Stars-- the 6-3, 215-pound linebacker will represent his home state in an...

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