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T.J. Leifheit likes Tar Heels, Vols & Bears

T.J. Leifheit isn't as well-known among North Carolina prospects as, say, Chapel Hill High's Robert Crisp, but that could be about to change. Crisp, the state's No.1 offensive lineman, is basically off the board with his commitment to N.C. State. That leaves the 6-foot-7, 300-pound Leifheit as the highest-rated in-state O-lineman--and by a wide margin. Leifheit plays at Wilmington Hoggard High, where he is coached by former Charlottean Scott Braswell. "I think his top three are North Carolina, Tennessee and California, and they have all offered scholarships," said Braswell. (Fan Nation)

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