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Two Hortons important to Tar Heels

Josh Horton has scary hand-eye coordination that has helped produce a .409 batting average. He has enough speed that he's been caught stealing only once all season, and his right arm dispenses baseballs with vapor trails behind them. As the No. 3 hitter in the lineup and the shortstop in the infield, he gives North Carolina everything it needs out of those spots as it chases the NCAA championship at the College World Series. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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