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Looking back on the 2010 ESPNU 150: James Hurst

Biggest impact: North Carolina offensive tackle James Hurst: He was rated the No. 87 player overall and No. 4 at his position, and he has lived up to the billing. As a true freshman, Hurst played in all 13 games and started the final 12 games of the regular season at left tackle. He played 845 snaps and graded out with a team-high 83 percent. He was third on the team with 33 knockdown blocks and was in on all 72 offensive plays in the win over Tennessee in the Music City Bowl. (ESPN.com)


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