It's tough for a true freshman to see playing time on a college football team. When it happens, it's usually on special teams. It hardly ever happens on a team that is unbeaten and nationally ranked.
But Addison Quinones is seeing more than his share of action in the defensive backfield with the Johns Hopkins University football team, which is 6-0 and ranked eighth in the American Football Coaches Association Division III poll. Oh, yes, he's also a key performer on special teams.
Read more about Quinones' season as the Blue Jays prepare to face Gettysburg College on Saturday at 1 p.m.