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TE Nelson Hurst Transferring to UNC


When UNC received a commitment from nationally ranked offensive lineman James Hurst from Indianapolis earlier this month, they received a bonus in the deal. Hurst’s older brother, Nelson, who made 10 starts at tight end for Mississippi State in 2008, will also be coming to North Carolina as a transfer. The 6-2, 250-pounder only caught two passes for 11 yards for the Bulldogs last season. But as a senior coming out of Plainfield High School he was rated the nation’s No. 34 tight end prospect by Scout.com and had scholarship offers from Central Michigan, Purdue and UCLA. (Fayetteville Observer)


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