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UNC, N.C. State land in-state commitments


Are we seeing the beginning of a changing trend? It's too soon to tell, but some promising early results may be a sign that the exodus to out-of-state schools by many of North Carolina's top college football prospects may be subsiding. More than 40 percent of the state's top-10 ranked prospects have headed out-of-state to play over the past decade. So it was a big deal when tight end Eric Ebron from Greensboro and offensive lineman Jarrod James of Pikeville chose North Carolina over the past week. (Fayetteville Observer)

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