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Practice Tour: Tehvyn Brantley

Practice Tour: Tehvyn Brantley

DURHAM, N.C. --- For the program's third season, Mount Zion is hoping to gain more exposure for itself and its players. To help achieve that goal, Mount Zion will rely on its superstars like Tehyven Brantley, a 5-foot-8, 165-pound wide receiver.

"We're looking to get established where people do know us," Mount Zion head football coach Greg Carson said. "People just don't know that we're here. There are still people that are surprised to know we have a football team. They know about the basketball, they don't know about the football team. "We believe this is going to be our breakout year. We have some D1, D2 prospects here, so we believe... Recommended Stories

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