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Alfy Hill leads state of North Carolina's defensive end crop


The state of North Carolina has pumped out defensive ends on a regular basis over the past decade, and the Class of 2010 should continue that trend. There are at least three end prospects in the state this year who are being pursued on a national level. Heading that list is 6-4, 245-pound Alfy Hill from West Brunswick High in Shallotte.

Among the schools who have extended scholarships are Alabama, Duke, East Carolina, Iowa State, LSU, New Mexico, North Carolina, N.C. State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. (Fayetteville Observer)


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