100 in 100: Moore County’s Charles Waddell, 3-sport standout at UNC

A 6-foot-5, 230-pound tight end for the Tar Heels, caught 41 passes for 571 yards and seven touchdowns in his career earning All-ACC and All-America honors in 1974. Waddell also ran track at UNC while spending the 1973-74 season as a member of coach ’s basketball team, making him the Tar Heels’ last three-sport letterman. (North State Journal)

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