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Name:Kyler McMichael
Hometown:Atlanta, GA
High School:Greater Atlanta Christian School
Height/Weight:6-0, 205
Position:Defensive Back
Notes:Football

Mack Brown Live: Garrett Walston's Solid Start
When asked if any players outperformed expectations against Syracuse on Saturday, Mack Brown mentioned a few names during his radio show Monday. Storm Duck, Kyler...

State of the Position: UNC Secondary
North Carolina's cornerbacks could be the program's most exciting position group in 2020. There is experience and talent combined with a dash of the unknown...

Kyler McMichael's Future Promising In New Home
Kyler McMichael wanted a new home, and his search for something more comfortable didn’t last too long. A day after entering the transfer portal in...

Kyler McMichael: UNC's Fast & Physical Corner
A shade taller than six-foot and weighing in at 205 pounds, the praise for UNC cornerback Kyler McMichael has come fast and furious. Not only...

UNC, NC State still a go for ACC football but wary of the uncertainty
Players over at UNC today were all very excited that the ACC is still considering playing games this fall. "I think we want to play...

UNC Football Preseason Camp Report 6: McMichael, Anderson, Simmons & Corrales
UNC held its sixth football practice of the preseason Wednesday, as the Tar Heels prepare for a 2020 football season that is still on. Following...

UNC's Cornerback Depth Evident Early in Training Camp
North Carolina's cornerback depth has expanded this preseason. Storm Duck and DeAndre Hollins are back, while redshirt freshman Obi Egbuna, true freshman Tony Grimes, and...

Three potential surprise players for UNC Football in 2020
I got a front-row seat for North Carolina defensive lineman Ray Vohasek's transformation last year. He’s finally healthy and will be a beast on the...

Injuries in 2019 Strengthen UNC Secondary for 2020
2019 is over and with its end came an end of the secondary’s depth issue. Cornerback transfers Kyler McMichael and Bryce Watts enter and are...

UNC Football's Deepest Position Group
Heading into 2020, UNC defensive coordinator Jay Bateman’s secondary will go from one of his thinnest position groups to arguably his deepest. The Tar Heels...


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