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10 things to know about Orlando Scandrick, like defending #CowboysNation against Stephen A. Smith

Here are 10 things to know about Cowboys cornerback Orlando Lee Scandrick, who was born Feb. 10, 1987, in Torrance, Calif.1. Catching and covering … and good at both

He played both wide receiver and cornerback at Los Alamitos High School in California. During his senior season he had 52 catches for 832 yards and 12 touchdowns, 54 tackles, three interceptions, and 1,024 yards kickoff return yards and a touchdown.

Rivals rated him as a 3-star recruit and the 70th best wideout in California.

2. Going toe-to-toe with Stephen A. Smith

Stephen A. Smith might be the biggest Cowboys troll out there right now. He loves to bash Dallas any chance he gets calling Cowboys Nation the most "delusional, obnoxious, nauseating, disgusting fan base I've ever seen in my life."

That didn't deter Scandrick from going on ESPN's First Take to defend his team.

"That's loyalty," Scandrick said in response to Smith. "For the same reasons you hate em, we love em."

Check out his full appearance on the show below.

3. A Bronco on the block

Scandrick focused on cornerback at Boise State and declared for the NFL after his junior season.

Read the full article at Dallas Morning News