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Northwestern's 2010 recruiting class addresses just about every position on the field. But it's what NU has done on the defensive line – snatching up a trio of lineman from three very different parts of the country, including native son Chance Carter (left) – that stands out the most. Purple Reign takes a closer look at the upcoming crop of defensive lineman.

Northwestern's 2010 recruiting class has, in a lot of ways, already been a success. The Wildcats have nabbed eight players that ranks as three-star prospects – that's already more three-star commits than the Cats have had in three of the past four years. And of those eight three-star players, there are a numbers of different positions accounted for: running back, wide receiver... Recommended Stories

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Chance Carter, a 6-4, 250-pound defensive end from Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Ill., became NU's…


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