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Jason Croom is getting ready to make himself known on a bigger stage. The tight end is preparing for life after college at the professional level. Leading up his first exhibition for the professional scouts, the Tropical Bowl, Croom can be seen after practice on Saturday on the field catching passes in the endzone and working on his footwork as well. And on January 15 2017 at the Tropical Bowl, Croom shined, catching three passes with two of those being touchdowns but for the physically-gifted tight end, the dream of playing almost never happened.
Jason was the third of four boys and the sixth of seven children, so naturally, they all played sports and were active. And his love for football was there at a young age. “Me and my brothers basically grew up playing tackle football outside. It was something that was already there especially when you grow up in a house with four boys,” said Croom. But at that time, he did not play organized football. All changed when Click here to read the rest of the article