Former UNC DB Myles Wolfolk transfers to Bowie State

Former North Carolina safety has transferred to Bowie State. Wolfolk began the year as a starter for the Tar Heels, posting five tackles in UNC's season-opening win over Syracuse. He was the Tar Heels' top-graded defensive player, per PFF College, against the Orange. However, Wolfolk was ruled academically ineligible on September 17. (247 Sports)

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Former UNC DB Myles Wolfolk transfers to Bowie State

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