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Countdown 2007: Websider Impact Players - #9

Aggie Websider continues its look at 25 players who can make the biggest impact for the Aggies this year. These rankings are not necessarily based on talent, but rather, what contributions can be made by individuals to put Texas A&M back among the nation's elite programs. Senior LB Mark Dodge comes in at No. 9.

Mark Dodge began the 2006 season as the "U.S. Army veteran" who was fulfilling his dream of playing Division-I college football. During his time in the Army, he was never captured as a POW, but in 2006, he was a two-time POW—Player of the Week. Dodge was a huge piece of the resurgent Aggie defense in 2006, and with a year in the Big 12 under his belt, he should have an even bigger impact in 200...

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