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UNC Football's 'Elite Class' Fortifies Key Offensive Positions


University of North Carolina offensive coordinator Phil Longo said the most important pieces of a football recruiting class from an offensive standpoint are quarterback and offensive line. In UNC's No. 8-ranked 2022 class, the Tar Heels signed a prolific signal-caller from Alabama in and the No. 1 offensive tackle in the nation in . (Inside Carolina)

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UNC Football's 'Elite Class' Fortifies Key Offensive Positions


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