Move to Western Pennsylvania pays off for Brendon Felder
Posted Sep 21, 2009
In the past, Brendon Felder 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.
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