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2015 Safety Jamile Johnson commits to North Carolina


Jamile Johnson has found a new school. After decommiting from Oklahoma earlier this month, the three-star defensive back out of South Oak Cliff gave a verbal pledge to North Carolina on Tuesday night. Johnson announced his decision via Twitter. Rivals.com ranks Johnson as the No. 41 cornerback in the nation and No. 59 overall player in Texas. He originally committed to the Sooners back in February and held offers from Arkansas, TCU, Texas Tech and others. (Dallas Morning News)


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