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2014 Target: Hasaan Klugh

CONCORD, N.C. --- North Carolina is among the schools to express interest in Hasaan Klugh, an under-the-radar 6-foot-3, 185-pound quarterback who helped turn around Central Cabarrus last season.

Scouting Report "I've had great running quarterbacks – Trimane Goddard, who played at [North] Carolina, and T.J. Courman, who started for Appalachian [State] for four years – who played different positions [in college]," Central Cabarrus head coach Donnie Keifer said. "The difference is Hasaan has the great arm. Those two guys were tremendous athletes that could run the ball and throw the ball... Recommended Stories

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