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Among candidates to provide crunch plays for UNC when needed is junior safety Myles Dorn, who's matured physically and mentally into the player the coaching staff felt he could be when he committed out of Charlotte in 2015. "Give me 20 like him," says first-year safeties coach Tommy Thigpen. "If he stays healthy, he can be as good as anyone in the country." (GoHeels.com)

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