North Carolina Signee D'Marco Dunn Remains Committed to Tar Heels


“My initial reaction was like ‘What the heck!” North Carolina signee said. Tar Heels assistant coach reassured him that “things would end up OK” regarding ’ replacement. “Coach Rob assumed that they would keep things in the Carolina family,” said Dunn, who averaged 24 points a game this season for Westover. (Sports Illustrated)

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North Carolina Signee D'Marco Dunn Remains Committed to Tar Heels


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