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Greg Garmon both a cancer survivor and Top 100 football recruit


Greg Garmon played his entire seventh-grade season in excruciating pain. Each time he went to the doctor about it, Garmon and his mother were told he was growing too fast. He dislocated his left hip several times. He'd undergo extensive stretching before each game with a chiropractor, and his left leg would still pop out. It came to a point where Garmon didn't want to say anything in fear of being taken out. Garmon didn't realize he was playing with cancer. (Max Preps)


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