Do-it-all athlete Kaleb Cost charted unique path to UNC football and baseball commitment
Posted Jul 1, 2022
When Kaleb Cost was 3 years old, he started playing with his first piece of sports equipment — a soccer ball. His uncle could only fathom three words to describe the sight. "He’s the one." As time would tell, Cost, a UNC dual-sport commit for the class of 2023, would fulfill his uncle’s prediction, although his path to Chapel Hill didn't come via the soccer pitch.
(Daily Tar Heel)
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