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UNC Baseball lands Georgia transfer infielder Parks Harber


University of Georgia infielder will transfer to the UNC baseball program after spending his first three college seasons with the Bulldogs. Harber has been an offensive standout. Over 53 games his junior season (split between first and third base), the newest Tar Heel hit a career-high 18 home runs while batting .283 and driving in 56 runs. (Keeping It Heel)

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UNC Baseball lands Georgia transfer infielder Parks Harber


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