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Ginyard becomes Carolina's first line of defense


Roy Williams is a hard coach to please on defense. The Tar Heels' head coach has been known to pull his entire lineup, or schedule a sadistic practice, when he doesn't feel his team's defensive effort is up to his standards. Yet, after signing Marcus Ginyard out of Bishop O'Connell High School, in Alexandria, Va., Williams pronounced the 6-foot-5 swingman as ready to play college-level defense as anyone he'd ever recruited. (Greensboro News & Record)


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