Tramaine Brock’s Resilient Nature Proves That His Best Is Yet to Come

November 23, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When fourth-year cornerback Tramaine Brock signed with the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent in 2010, the organization handed him a check for $500. A $500 check may not be perceived as a lot of money to some, yet to Brock it meant the world.
Not only did he now have money in his pocket, but he now had a place to call home. The undersized corner was never blessed with the opportunity to play at an SEC school like Alabama or Auburn. In fact, coming out of high school, Brock was viewed as a 2-star recruit who lacked size and speed.
However, the 197-pound ball-hawking safety wasn’t about to let some website (Scout.com) tell him what his value was as a player. Brock was bound and determined to show the nation he deserved to be playing football at the highest level possible.
Sure, the start to his collegiate career wasn't ideal at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, but the small school setting gave him the ability to up his grades and build a profound...

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