"I was on the scout team offense playing against the first team defense all day. That was good for me because I learned about college blocking," James recalled. "I think I earned respect from them because I went in there not scared and in full throttle. "A lot of the coaches told me that I had impressed them." Now James, who wears No. 98, finds himself as one of five tight ends on the active roster. Only he is used more as a blocker than a receiver.
Former Stallion James living UNC 'dream'
Jacksonville Daily News