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UNC gets a coveted offensive lineman


North Carolina has started its 2010 football recruiting year by landing one of the top offensive linemen in the country. James Hurst, a 6-6, 284-pound junior at Indianapolis' Plainfield High School, committed to North Carolina yesterday from a group of three final choices that included Florida and Georgia.

Although North Carolina doesn't have a football tradition to match Florida's or Georgia's, Hurst said that he didn't hesitate when making his decision after visiting all three schools. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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