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Brantley Blessed by Offer

Brantley Blessed by Offer

All the miles traveled and camps attended the past two summers paid off for Tehvyn Brantley on Friday. After putting on a show during the final session of North Carolina's two-day camp, the 5-foot-8, 165-pound receiver was offered a UNC scholarship.

"The first thing that went through my mind was it was a blessing," Brantley said. "But I'm sitting here thinking ‘My hard work has finally paid off.'" Brantley, who will play for Durham (N.C.) Mt. Zion Christian this fall, has attended so many camps these past two summers that he has lost count. But he estimates the number is quickly approaching 50. "We're going to continue to work and continue... Recommended Stories

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