Late in the Spring Evaluation Period, UNC assistant coach Charlton Warren found himself on West Orange’s practice field, located in Winter Garden, Fla. Though it is home to a handful of FBS recruits, Warren was fixated on Nolan DeFranco, a tall, lanky defensive end who UNC has had on its board for several months but wasn’t among the nearly two dozen schools that had offered.
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