Darius Lipford to skip senior season, enter NFL Supplemental Draft
Wed Jul 9, 2014
Rising senior Bandit Darius Lipford
will forego his senior season at UNC and enter the NFL's supplemental draft. Lipford, a Lenior (NC) native is 6-foot-3, 245-pounds and played at North Carolina for three productive seasons. As a freshman in 2011, Lipford played in 11 games and started one. As a sophomore, Lipford played in 13 games and earned the starting spot midway through the season.
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