Increased Flexibility For UNC At Tight End


A year ago, there weren't many options for UNC in how the staff could use its tight end position. It was and pretty much that was it. Tabb had a decent season, but he was just one guy and his skill set was a bit limited. One year later, tight ends coach Seth Littrell, who is also the Tar Heels' offensive coordinator, has something he didn't have in 2014: Versatility. And with that comes flexibility. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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