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Khalif Mitchell in perfect tune with B.C. Lions

Khalif Mitchell seems to be flourishing in the relative stability of his posting with the B.C. Lions. At Virginia Beach, he didn’t start playing football until his junior year of high school, when he quickly caught the attention of North Carolina. As a 300-pound defensive end, the Tar Heels saw him as the successor to all-American Julius Peppers. He would leave North Carolina after a couple of years and transfer to East Carolina. (Edmonton Journal)

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