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Another Four-Star TE Visits UNC

Another Four-Star TE Visits UNC

Despite eliminating North Carolina from contention in early May, a change of heart brought Arthur Fontaine to Chapel Hill Monday afternoon. The 6-foot-5, 235-pound tight end from Dartmouth (Mass.) South left the campus impressed.

"I just heard academically it was a great school, I heard it had a beautiful campus," Fontaine said. "I really liked the school. Academically, it was what I was looking for. The coaches were real nice, so were the people." Fontaine originally narrowed his list of options down to Boston College, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, and Penn State. He went on to verbally commit to BC, only to de-commit...

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