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J.P. Tokoto works in offseason in hopes of more playing time

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Developing into a player worthy of extended action, not brief appearances, is what J.P. Tokoto has been working toward this summer. Some of that work comes late at night, between 9 o'clock and midnight in a mostly empty Smith Center. Tokoto's dad, Trevor Trimble, has challenged his son to routinely devote 90 minutes in that three-hour window to training. (Fayetteville Observer)

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