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Mack Brown played a "huge part" in flipping Emery Simmons back to UNC


signed with North Carolina on Wednesday, capping off a dramatic recruitment process. The South View senior was previously committed to Indiana, UNC, and Penn State before flipping back to the Tar Heels in early December. Simmons credited the re-hiring of as part of his decision making process. "He played a huge part in it," Simmons said. (High School OT)

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