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Former UNC defensive back Cam'Ron Kelly commits to Louisville


Former North Carolina and Virginia defensive back made an official visit to Louisville last weekend and committed to the Cardinals on Monday. As a senior, Kelly started all 12 regular-season games at safety for the Tar Heels last season. He was injured in the loss against N.C. State and did not play vs. Clemson in the ACC Championship game. (247 Sports)

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Former UNC defensive back Cam'Ron Kelly commits to Louisville


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