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SEC benefiting from top NC football talent


Year after year, high school football players are leaving the state of North Carolina to play at other schools in different conferences. The SEC is the big winner of in-state talent, including bagging a pair of running backs that went to Georgia where the Bulldogs have enjoyed an open gate in North Carolina. Looking at the 2012 Top-10 high school prospects in North Carolina, only Greensboro's James Summers elected to stay in state. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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