On Senior Day, Ray Vohasek's Unique Path Should Be Celebrated

UNC defensive tackle didn’t have a pile of mail from colleges when he was in high school. His phone wasn’t blowing up and he didn’t get text after text after text from adoring coaches competing for his services. Vohasek was a terrific player at McHenry East (IL) High School, but didn’t have many options to play football at a high level. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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On Senior Day, Ray Vohasek's Unique Path Should Be Celebrated

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