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UNC recruit Ryan Taylor brings physical style to a skill position

"Even being a wideout, (Ryan Taylor) is extremely physical. He's always trying to find someone to block. That really caught Carolina's eye because they probably won't use him as a wideout. They will use him to catch and block and use him out of the slot and send him in motion." The North Carolina coaches have him slotted to play H-back, a hybrid position that is part tight end, part receiver and part fullback.
Full article at Winston-Salem Journal

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