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Recruiting experts give Heels high marks

North Carolina and N.C. State added to their growing football programs yesterday, and Duke made a strong start in its plans for the future on the opening day of the NCAA's football-signing period. UNC signed 29 players, N.C. State added 28 and Duke landed 27. Each program signed all of the players from whom it had commitments and none suffered any damaging defections, a sign that the classes have the ingredients for success. (Winston-Salem Journal)


Recent Football Recruiting Articles:

2016 QB Chazz Surratt to visit UNC and decide soon

No. 1 OLB Keion Joyner Lists UNC in Top-4

2016 QB Jawon Pass Won't Wait Long To Make Decison

5-star QB Jawon Pass among 11 earning Opening invites at Nike Atlanta Regional

Jaye Stackhouse, son of Jerry Stackhouse, to walkon for UNC football


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