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College coaches pursuing 2016 WR Divine Deablo

Deablo, timed at about 4.4 seconds over 40 yards, averaged 19.4 yards a catch last season and finished with 764 receiving yards and 282 rushing yards. He also produced some impressive highlights on game film. Marshall said that Duke, East Carolina, North Carolina, N.C. State, and Wake Forest — and Virginia Tech, Virginia and West Virginia — followed Clemson’s lead and offered scholarships. (Winston-Salem Journal)


Recent Football Recruiting Articles:

2015 Safety Jamile Johnson commits to North Carolina

Incoming OL Josh Allen Released by UNC

Improved Anthony Ratliff-Williams out to lead Butler to fourth NC 4AA championship appearance

Five-star DT Shy Tuttle announcing on September 26th

Anthony Ratliff On Board With UNC


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