ROEBUCK, S.C. — Some of the top players in North Carolina and South Carolina hit the practice fields at Dorman High School in Roebuck, S.C., Monday morning as practice for the Shrine Bowl got underway.
Clemson commits Derion Kendrick and Jake Venables hit the field for the South Carolina team, while 5-star K.J. Henry worked out with the North Carolina squad.
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