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ACC Football Wild Card Players in 2016
North Carolina Offense: Mack Hollins, Wide Receiver - During the spring game, Hollins was Mitch Trubisky’s favorite target, grabbing seven passes for 111 yards. Defense:...

UNC boasts one of the top WR corps in college football
When UNC kicks off its 2016 campaign, there’s going to be a lot of “he’s still there?” commentary when it comes to the team’s receiving...

Will UNC Have a 1,000 Yard Receiver in 2016?
UNC has not had a 1000 yard receiver during the Larry Fedora era. Eric Ebron came close in 2013 with 973 yards. Quinshad Davis in...

Who will be the ACC's 1,000-yard receivers in 2016?
4. Mack Hollins, North Carolina. If UNC is to build off last year’s Coastal division title, Hollins will likely take the next step after seasons...

Video: Mack Hollins shows off impressive vertical
Spring and summer is when college football players do the hard work. It's when players perfect their body in preparation the grueling season --- all...

ESPN Post-Spring Football Way-Too-Early Top 25
19. North Carolina Tar Heels: To almost no one's surprise, rising junior Mitch Trubisky was named UNC's starting quarterback at the conclusion of spring practices...

Video: Mack Hollins Mic'd Up at 2016 Spring Game
Mack Hollins finished UNC's spring game with 111 yards receiving and 1 touchdown. Hear all about it has the senior wide out was Mic'd Up...

Mack Hollins impresses at UNC football spring game
A year ago, 6-foot-4, 210-pound rising senior Mack Hollins made it a priority in the offseason to improve his abilities as a possession receiver —...

Spring football: Tar Heels chip away at offseason questions
Though not confirmed by Larry Fedora, it’s clear that it’s Mitch Trubisky’s long-awaited chance to be the first-string quarterback. The redshirt junior seemed particularly fond...

Trubisky, Hollins Highlight Spring Game
Quarterback Mitch Trubisky completed 10 of his first 11 passes and wide receiver Mack Hollins had 111 yards receiving and a touchdown to highlight UNC's...

UNC Wide Receiver Corps Deep & Talented
The North Carolina wide receiving corps consists of three returning lettermen who will lead the team in their senior year: Mack Hollins, Ryan Switzer and...

The strongest position group for each top 25 team
18. North Carolina Tar Heels: Wide receiver - Yes, they're saying goodbye to stalwart Quinshad Davis, but the remaining cast, which includes Ryan Switzer (697...

The most underrated player on each Top 25 team
18. North Carolina Tar Heels: It is easy for a player like Mack Hollins to not be fully appreciated from the outside looking in. But...

UNC vs. Clemson Preview
UNC's defensive line will tasked with preventing Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson from scrambling. Cornerbacks M.J. Stewart and Des Lawrence will be essential in containing the...

Turner's Take: More Of The Same
While Larry Fedora's team had two primary goals entering the 2015 season: the ACC Coastal Division championship and the state championship, they have only been...

ACC championship matchups: North Carolina WRs vs. Clemson secondary
There’s no doubt that UNC’s passing game is explosive, and part of the reason for that is the sheer number of options the Heels have...

Mack Hollins: ‘Championship Week’
UNC coach Larry Fedora stresses practicing with a consistent focus and intensity to assure the same results on a weekly basis. Junior wide receiver Mack...

UNC enters "Coastal Week" with goals intact
Entering Saturday’s game at Virginia Tech with a chance to claim the Coastal Division crown, Mack Hollins sat in Tuesday’s team meeting brewing over this...

Mack Hollins becomes star after almost leaving North Carolina
Mack Hollins was prepared to leave North Carolina. It was the summer of 2014, months before he would end up leading the Tar Heels in...

Extra Points: History Week
When Larry Fedora prefaced Miami preparations by telling the Tar Heels they could become only the second team in Carolina history to go 7-0 at...

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