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My Carolina Experience: E.J. Wilson


Every tale of triumph features a protagonist that has to use their strengths to overcome their obstacles; E.J. Wilson’s is one of those. Hailing from the small town of Emporia, Va., the eventual NFL defensive end went to a high school that wasn’t very good at football. They were, however, great at basketball and as such the two-sport athlete used that to his advantage. (GoHeels.com)

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