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100 in 100: Wilson County’s Julius Peppers, dominant pass rusher


grew up in Bailey and was a two-sport standout at Southern Nash High School. But he was born in Wilson, so in the interest of honoring the best athletes from North Carolina, the future NFL Hall of Famer has been chosen as our representative from Wilson County. What’s amazing is that Peppers had never played football before high school. (North State Journal)

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