UNC football's cornerbacks unit mixes young talent, veteran experience


Led by upperclassmen , and , the North Carolina football team's defensive back unit is looking to make a resurgence in the coming season. Injuries were the major story for the defensive backs last year, as Rene, Morrison, Wolfolk and Auburn transfer Cam’Ron Kelly all missed time due to injury. (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC football's cornerbacks unit mixes young talent, veteran experience


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