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It only took a few adjustments.
Kayne Farquharson spoke earlier this year about adjusting to the speed and nuances of the IFL coming from playing outside his entire career.
14 games and 26 touchdown catches later, Farquharson has been named to the All-IFL Second team as a wideout.
"It's kind-off like riding a bike. Once you learn it, you never forget," he said about the difficulties between the two styles of play.
The first year wide receiver was the only member of the Danger to garner the postseason award. The team finished 5 and 9 on the year following a loss this past weekend to the Cedar Rapids Titans.
In the first 13 games of the IFL season, Farquharson led the Danger with 67 receptions for 840 yards and 25 touchdowns before adding another score last weekend.
Full statistics through 14 regular season games were unavailable.