Move to Western Pennsylvania pays off for Brendon Felder

In the past, had always viewed the University of North Carolina as a basketball school. But for the future, Felder plans to have a football career with the Tar Heels. Felder, a Gateway High School senior, made a verbal commitment to North Carolina yesterday while on a visit to the Chapel Hill, N.C., campus. Felder (6 feet, 170 pounds) plays running back, receiver and defensive back for Gateway, but was recruited by North Carolina to play slotback. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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