UNC football commitment Noah Turner excited about role in his high school offense

is having the time of his life this summer. Carmel's preseason camp and 7-on-7 passing competitions have never looked so good to the 6-foot-3, 240-pound senior tight end who has verbally committed to North Carolina. The reason? He played 11 games last fall for Carmel (7-4) and caught all of 13 passes. This summer, during camp and 7-on-7s, more than 13 are being thrown his way every workout. (Chicago Tribune)

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