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UNC freshman Caleb Hood has been a pleasant surprise in the Tar Heels’ backfield


UNC freshman running back , who was being recruited as an athlete, figured he’d duplicate his father’s path by becoming a defensive back when he reached UNC. But challenged his son’s thought process. “He was just happy to be a Tar Heel and I was like, ‘Look, we’re not gonna sit on that, what position do you want to play?’” (MSN.com)

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UNC freshman Caleb Hood has been a pleasant surprise in the Tar Heels’ backfield


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