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Target 2005: Cameron Sexton

Target 2005: Cameron Sexton

LAURINBURG, N.C. – "Who knows?" That's the response both Scotland County's Cameron Sexton and his coach Mark Barnes give when asked why North Carolina has not yet offered – especially considering the Tar Heels have currently extended the courtesy to at least five other quarterbacks.

Sexton, 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, is a five-step drop back passer with blazing speed. At a combine two weeks ago, he recorded a time of 4.38 seconds in the 40-yard dash. "It's funny to watch coaches time him," Barnes said. "They look at their watch as he goes by and it's almost like they're in disbelief. "He can run – and that what makes him different from all the rest – but he's got great arm... Recommended Stories

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