M.J. Stewart Waiting on NFL Draft

If projections come true, sometime this weekend M.J. Stewart could become the first football player in the history of the Yorktown High School program to become an NFL draft choice. The 6-foot, 205-pound defensive back, who played at UNC the last four seasons and was a three-time all-ACC selection, has been projected to be chosen in the second or third round. (Inside NoVa)

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