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Camp Increases McCloud's Interest in UNC

Camp Increases McCloud's Interest in UNC

Though he's used as a versatile offensive weapon, Ray Ray McCloud III is primarily a running back for Tampa (Fla.) Sickles. Running back is also the position that most colleges are recruiting him as. However, he worked out with the wide receivers at North Carolina's camp on Thursday.

"I just like doing one-on-ones against the DBs," McCloud said. "It's more interesting and more competitive. At running back, I'd have to go against linebackers and that's not fun for me. In a game I'll do it, but during one-on-ones I'd rather be going against a DB." Typically, defensive backs are more skilled in man coverage than a linebacker. Also, a receiver's route tree is more diverse than a... Recommended Stories

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