DAYTONA BEACH — When Quentin Williams arrived at Bethune-Cookman University in 2011, he was used to being the Big Man On Campus.He came in with flashy accolades as Florida’s Mr. Football. He was fresh off guiding Tampa Jefferson to a Class 3A state championship. He had gaudy numbers and high expectations that he would be the next B-CU star.But high school was over. He quickly found out that tucked between the streets bordering B-CU, avenues named after Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr., was a patch of land known as the Land of Jenkins. This was where head coach Brian Jenkins laid down the law, and Williams’ first season was met with frustration.
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