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UNC Baseball Signee Tanner Quick motivated to be the next Tar Heel great


Brazosport Exporter pitcher Tanner Quick wasn’t able to finish his high school baseball career the way he wanted, but he’s ready to be at the University of North Carolina and start his journey to be the next Tar Heel All-American. At 6-foot-8, Quick would jump at the idea of being drafted in this year’s draft, but he’s still motivated to cement his legacy at UNC. (TheFacts.com)

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