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UNC players' draft stock hasn't crashed

Taking impermissible benefits from agents and other people cost Robert Quinn, Marvin Austin and Greg Little their college eligibility and the 2010 football season. However, the former North Carolina football players' roles in the NCAA's investigation of the Tar Heels program is not expected to cost them more than a few slots in this week's NFL draft, some pro football analysts said. (Charlotte Observer)

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