St. David’s running back Melvin Briggs (8) rushes for the Warriors last season. The rising senior has dedicated nearly 10 months of participating in football camps nationwide, hoping to raise his scholarship chances as a way to give thanks for his parents’ financial sacrifice.
St. David’s running back Melvin Briggs (8) rushes for the Warriors last season. The rising senior has dedicated nearly 10 months of participating in football camps nationwide, hoping to raise his scholarship chances as a way to give thanks for his parents’ financial sacrifice. Christine Adamczyk newsobserver.com
St. David’s running back Melvin Briggs (8) rushes for the Warriors last season. The rising senior has dedicated nearly 10 months of participating in football camps nationwide, hoping to raise his scholarship chances as a way to give thanks for his parents’ financial sacrifice. Christine Adamczyk newsobserver.com

Briggs trying to pay it forward

July 17, 2015 06:14 PM

UPDATED August 03, 2015 06:51 AM

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