How UNC is addressing lack of depth on the offensive line

Back in late March, North Carolina added Khaliel Rodgers as a graduate transfer from Southern Cal. It appeared at the time that UNC was adding a much-needed veteran offensive lineman.

Rodgers made 11 starts over three seasons at Southern Cal, which gave him experience that the Tar Heels are lacking up front after losing Caleb Peterson, Jon Heck, and Lucas Crowley.

But Rodgers will never play a game for the Tar Heels, as he decided to retire from football this summer as training camp got going.

Rodgers had trouble not only adjusting to the humid climate of North Carolina, but also the tempo of the UNC spread offense. Word around Chapel Hill this summer was…

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