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Drops No More: WRs Intent on Tightening Up Technique


UNC's wide receivers caught 265 catches for 3,716 yards and 39 touchdowns in 2019. There were also plenty of catches of the Top-10 highlight variety. Yet there is room for improvement for that talented bunch of receivers. Dropped passes were a talking point during ’s first spring practice in 2019 and it proved to be a concern for good reason. (Inside Carolina)

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