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Noah Turner: "I fell in love with it"


It only took one visit for class of 2016 tight end (Mundelein, IL/Carmel Catholic) to fall in love with UNC and know it was the place for him. He took an unofficial visit to North Carolina on March 24th and was offered by the Tar Heels the same day. "I knew from the day I went there it was the place," Turner told CarolinaBlue via text on Friday afternoon. "I fell in love with it. They wanted me just as bad as I wanted them." (Carolina Blue)

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