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Farmer Showcasing Versatility

Farmer Showcasing Versatility

ROEBUCK, S.C. --- Ethan Farmer could legitimately play either tight end or defensive tackle in the Shrine Bowl on Saturday.

"I just came in and they told me I'm playing tight end," Farmer said. "If anything changes, I'll be good. But right now, I'm satisfied with tight end." At Tabor City (N.C.) South Columbus, Farmer, a 6-foot-2, 257-pounder, was essentially used as an extra blocker. For North Carolina in the Shrine Bowl, he'll be able to display more of his versatility. "I'm going to do both – I get to... Recommended Stories

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