UNC Offensive Lineman Willie Lampkin Changing the Norm in the Trenches

The trenches of college football are often dominated by towering figures. UNC's , at 5-foot-11, is not the archetype of a Power 5 offensive lineman. Yet, his influence and grit for the Tar Heels tell a story that’s challenging the traditional norms of the game. Lampkin's journey and subsequent rise is as intriguing as it is inspiring. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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UNC Offensive Lineman Willie Lampkin Changing the Norm in the Trenches

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