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Are the Tar Heels being too selective


If UNC appears to be off to a slow start in receiving commitments from football players for the class of 2010, well, it's partly because the Tar Heels are. That's not the whole story. For one thing, UNC has a huge class of 29 players locked and loaded as the class of 2009, and is only planning to take 19 in the upcoming group. But it's possible the Tar Heels are also being a bit too selective.

When the best offensive lineman in the state is in your own backyard--Chapel Hill High's Robert Crisp--and you let him get away to arch-rival N.C. State, that isn't a good thing. (Charlotte Observer)


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