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Final Thoughts: Shrine Bowl
Pack Pride was on hand for this past weekend’s Shrine Bowl held in Spartanburg, SC and has some of the highs and lows from the North Carolina squad’s 24-14 victory. Player with the most college potential This is an easy one- Keenan Allen. While most of the other players looked like they belonged in the Shrine Bowl, you could tell Allen was on another level talent-wise, despite getting limited touches. He was difficult to get on the ground every time he touched the ball and rarely did the first defender tackle him. Allen is so smooth and athletic and was a much bigger get for Alabama than many may realize. One has to wonder why in the heck he didn’t touch the ball more on Saturday. A lot of hype, not much production With a four star rating and a ton of hype, one would have expected more from Byrnes DE Corey Miller. The fact was, he was controlled much of the day by a bunch of unknowns along the Tarheel offensive line and finished with two solo tackles (3 total) and one sack. What were...
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