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Heels rise in updated 2013 Class Rankings

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Link: http://insider.espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/classrankings?classyear=2013

The Heels have risen all the way up to 14th, only one spot back from where they were ranked in 2009.

Fedora is off to a great start and has this team headed in the right direction.

Notes

Commits: 15

ESPN 150: 2

ESPN 300: 4

Best Prospect: CB, Brian Walker

Five Star Commits: 0

Four Star Commits: 10

Three Star Commits: 4

Other: 1

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it's early & alot can happen between now & signing day but i fully expect fedora's aggressive style of play on both sides of the ball to appeal to recruits

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who wouldn't want to play for fedora? he is great

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