Cornerback Tony Grimes, the No. 6-ranked prospect in the ESPN 300, committed to North Carolina on Tuesday, picking the Tar Heels over Georgia, Ohio State and Texas A&M.
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Five-star cornerback Tony Grimes will choose from his list of schools that includes Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio State and Texas A&M on Tuesday at 5 p.m. ET.
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