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The Opening: Kentavius Street Update

The Opening: Kentavius Street Update

BEAVERTON, Oregon - Kentavius Street surprised many when he named N.C. State his leader back in April. Nothing has changed since, but other schools are still in the mix. Get the latest here...

Kentavius Street traveled out to Oregon to compete at The Opening to not only represent himself, but to represent the state of North Carolina. He might be representing that same state on the next level. The four-star defensive lineman still favors a school close to home. Scout.com's complete coverage of The Opening 2013 presented by NIKE "North Carolina State is still in the lead...

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