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NC State Places 5 in the Shrine Bowl

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NC State Places 5 in the Shrine Bowl

The Shrine Bowl rosters have been revealed today, and five NC State commits made the team.

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas was first played on December 4, 1937 in Charlotte, N.C., making it the oldest high school football all-star game in the nation. The annual game featuring many of the top high school players from North and South Carolina is played to benefit the Greenville (South Carolina) Unit Shriners Hospital for Children © and the 21 other Shriners Hospitals for Children © across the nation.(Link)

Here’s a list of the NC State commits that made the Shrine Bowl Roster:

Running Back – Ricky Person (Heritage/NC)
Wide Receiver – Devin Carter (Clayton/NC)
Defensive Back – Malik Dunlap (Harding/NC)
Offensive Lineman – Gabriel Gonzalez (Eastern Alamance/NC)
Place Kicker – Christopher Dunn (North Davidson/NC)

Here’s the rest of the rosters.

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