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2015 Target: Albert Funderburk

2015 Target: Albert Funderburk

MONROE, N.C. --- Albert Funderburk isn't a highly touted recruit yet, but his former head football coach believes the 6-foot, 190-pound running back from Sun Valley High School will eventually be a national prospect. North Carolina is among the schools already showing interest.

Scouting Report "Albert may end up being the best high school football player I've ever coached," former Sun Valley head coach Scott Stein said. "This is not my first rodeo with a great player. I've been doing this now 29 years and I go back to Thabiti Davis, who went to Wake Forest and won a Super Bowl with the [New York] Giants. I had an opportunity to coach Mario Williams in the Shrine Bowl... Recommended Stories

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