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  Most, if not all, ACC schools will honor the scholarships of fall sports athletes who opt out of playing this season due to health concerns, according to a News & Observer survey. The ACC left that decision up to individual schools, and 11 of the 15 schools confirmed they would honor those financial aid agreements, including all four North Carolina schools and Clemson. A Louisville spokesman said the school would "treat each case individually and let the circumstances dictate our decision." Three schools - Florida State, Louisville, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech - did not immediately respond. Virginia Tech cornerback Caleb Farley, a projected first-round NFL draft pick next spring from Hickory who played at Maiden High, announced this week he would sit out his redshirt junior season and prepare for the NFL draft instead. Farley's mother died of breast cancer in 2018. Virginia Tech has not said whether Farley's scholarship will be honored if he enrolls for the fall semester. - Raleigh News Observer

(DS#2 CB) rJr/2021 CB *Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech
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