Buffalo News: The Blooming of Josh Allen (2nd part of 5)

The Buffalo Bills drafted their next great hope at quarterback with the seventh overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft. This is the second of a five-part series, "You bloom where you're planted: The cultivation of Josh Allen." (Read Part 1 here.) Part 3 will be published on BNblitz.com Tuesday. 

FIREBAUGH, Calif. — In a place this small and so remote, folks handle multiple roles.

Seems that every third person you meet here — on top of their regular job — used to be the mayor, serves on the city council, sits on the school board, works for the volunteer fire department or coaches sports.

Brady Jenkins is among these trusted Firebaugh uber-stewards. He's head of security for the Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District. He has been a city councilman for five years, was mayor and previously coached football, wrestling, track and swimming.

And wherever the University of Wyoming football team played the past couple of seasons, Jenkins' garage became an alternate community center. 

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