Kiaro Holts stakes claim at right tackle

Throughout the spring season, redshirt sophomore offensive tackle did quite a bit of moving around. Part of it was necessity, given that wasn't able to go this spring in full-contact team portions of practice and scrimmages, and early on in March the Tar Heels needed somebody that could keep the offensive line running along smoothly at that critical position. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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