Top 40 UNC football and basketball players of all time: No. 21 - Alge Crumpler

Former UNC tight end ’s college stats might not wow everyone – 68 total receptions for 760 yards and 5 touchdowns – but there was so much more to his game. That is one reason he was named first-team All-ACC three times. A second-round pick by the Atlanta Falcons in 2001, Crumpler started 132 NFL games and made four Pro Bowls. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Top 40 UNC football and basketball players of all time: No. 21 - Alge Crumpler

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