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"We want him to keep familiarizing himself with new players, dedicate himself in the weight room, help those around him," Oswego coach Brian Cooney said. "He was comfortable doing that even last year during his breakout season. It's not just what he did on Friday nights for us; it's what he did on the practice field."
Fomby is hardly resting on that success.
Since he's been back from Florida he's working out at Acceleration Sports Performance in Naperville. Fomby was clocked at a 4.53 40-yard dash in a visit to Grand Valley State Sunday, his fastest time.
His speed has clearly been a focus this offseason.
"The thing I'm working on the most is my running form," Fomby said. "Some of the college coaches say the way I run makes me a look a little slower. Some of the stuff I do, the motions, I don't have to do. I've been going to Acceleration get that form better."