Tavorris Jolly makes it official


chose to spend his next four years with North Carolina at the Tar Heels’ spring game last year. A two-time Star All-County team selection and 2005 co-Player of the Year, Jolly finished his career as Shelby’s all-time leading rusher while being named to the All-State team and Shrine Bowl roster. When asked about whether or not he thought he’d redshirt, Jolly said, “I’m just going to work hard, and hopefully, I’ll be wearing a blue shirt (instead of a red one).” (Shelby Star)

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