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Former Tar Heels recruit declared ineligible


Freshman linebacker Jarrell Miller, once a highly touted recruit at UNC, has been declared ineligible this season at Connecticut. The NCAA ruled that he must be treated as a transfer student. Miller, from Highland Springs, Va., signed with North Carolina after graduating from high school in 2006 and enrolled in a summer class there, but he withdrew before finishing. He attended Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia last year. (Greensboro News & Record)


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