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Luatua Checks Out Chapel Hill

For his first out-of-state recruiting trip, Isaac Luatua visited Duke, North Carolina and NC State – three schools that are within 30 minutes of each other and have expressed interest in the 6-foot-2, 299-pound offensive guard – last week.

"It was pretty good," Luatua said. "North Carolina has pretty good facilities and their team looked pretty good [and] their coaches were nice and cool." Bryan Peters, Luatua's La Mirada (Calif.) teammate, accompanied him on the three-school tour. The duo arrived in N.C. last Thursday and proceeded to UNC where they were given a tour of the campus. "I just like the football facilities [and] how... Recommended Stories

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