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Former UNC Signee Jordyn Adams Inks $4.1 Million Deal With Angels


Former North Carolina wide receiver and baseball signee has signed a $4.1 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels. Adams was drafted No. 17 overall by the Angels and opted to enter the professional baseball ranks rather than enroll at UNC to play football and baseball. The slot value of the pick was $3,472,900. Adams signed with the Angels on Tuesday. (Inside Carolina)

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