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So, where does UNT go with its last couple of scholarships?

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UNT is getting down to the bitter end when it comes to putting its 2014 recruiting class together.

The Mean Green picked up commitments from a pair of junior college players here in the last few days.

We told you all about quarterback Josh Greer and linebacker A.J. Smith a couple of days ago on the blog and in the paper.

Official confirmation came today, although I was told that Greer can’t sign his national letter of intent until later this month. Well, he can sign it, but I don’t think UNT can turn it in to the NCAA until later.

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