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UNC Gets Boost with Deablo

UNC Gets Boost with Deablo

It has been well documented the ingenious way Larry Fedora closed out Fedora’s Freak Show. Those it impressed aren’t limited to the recruits who verbally committed that night. Divine Deablo, a 2016 wide receiver, was also fascinated.

“That was the best thing I’ve ever seen before,” Deablo said. “That was the first time I’ve ever seen that. That was clever for the coaches to do that – I’ll give them that.” When the prestigious event ended, Fedora met the campers at midfield of Kenan Stadium where he called the pledges in attendance to stand behind him. Fedora then asked “Who’s next?” which prompted Javaris Davis, Juval... Recommended Stories

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