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Michael Jordan's lasting impact on UNC


was an immediate standout at UNC. Jordan came to Carolina as a McDonald's All-American, but as the second most touted recruit behind . By the time he left Chapel Hill, he was a Naismith Player of the Year and the third pick in the 1984 NBA draft. Still, Jordan’s largest contribution to UNC came after he left Chapel Hill. (Daily Tar Heel)

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