Gray: A Family Thing
Wed Aug 16, 2006
Perhaps more than any other position group on the field, the offensive line operates as a family. North Carolina junior guard Charlston Gray has grown from the new kid to big brother over the course of three years, and is adjusting well to a new patriarch in offensive line coach Mark Weber. “Charlston is thriving in our system right now under Coach Weber,” John Bunting said.
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