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2014 Intro: Elijah Hood

CHARLOTTE, N.C. --- North Carolina was one of the first schools to offer Elijah Hood, a 6-foot, 209-pound tailback from Charlotte Catholic.

Scouting Report "He's instinctual, he's very powerful – he breaks tackles, he has speed – I don't think he has been caught from behind, and he's tough," Charlotte Catholic head football coach Jim Oddo said. "He has everything. Physically, he already has the body as a sophomore. He's probably the strongest kid on the team as a sophomore. And he's a good student." Prep Career As a freshman... Recommended Stories

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