WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -There aren't many familiar faces around Brandon Ghee on Wake Forest's defense.
He's the only returning starter in the Demon Deacons' secondary, and he knows how difficult it will be to replace four key contributors who were taken in the NFL draft.
But Ghee is confident those unknown players soon will make names for themselves. He says the Demon Deacons have ``got the same amount of talent, just not as much experience.''
Among the key players lost: linebacker Aaron Curry was selected by Seattle with the fourth overall pick, cornerback Alphonso Smith was taken in Round 2 by Denver, and safety Chip Vaughn and linebacker Stanley Arnoux each went in the fourth round to New Orleans.

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