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Tar Heels get commitment from Tarboro standout


Shaun Draughn, one of the most versatile players on Tarboro High School's football team, has decided to play at North Carolina. Draughn, a 6-0, 195-pound rising senior, committed Wednesday after attending a three-day summer football camp at UNC. "He was a good player as a sophomore. Then he got into lifting weights. After about the first two games we played last year, I was talking to our other coaches and I said, 'Shaun Draughn is a man among boys now.' It was unbelievable how he blossomed in one year." (Winston-Salem Journal)


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