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Hoyte to sign with N.C. State

By MIKE READLING, Times Staff Writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published February 6, 2002

TAMPA -- Chamberlain all-state linebacker Ollie Hoyte said he will sign with North Carolina State this morning.

Hoyte, a cornerstone in Chamberlain's march to the Class 5A state final this season, chose the Wolfpack over Maryland, South Carolina and Virginia.

"I really liked the coaches up there and I just felt like it was a good place for me when I visited," Hoyte said.

Hoyte, a 6-foot-3, 220-pounder, was the Times Hillsborough County Co-Player of the Year with teammate Brodrick Bunkley. Bunkley and Hoyte also played together in the Florida-Georgia All-Star game.

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