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Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
UNC running back recruit Bryce Love's Wake Forest team defeated Pinecrest, 45-21, in the second round of the NCHSAA 4AA playoffs. Love rushed for 211...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
Wake Forest running back Bryce Love scored on touchdown runs of 72 and 58 yards, and a 58-yard punt return. He carried the ball just...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
Butler quarterback Anthony Ratliff-Williams scored six touchdowns in less than three quarters. He completed 9-of-11 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
Wake Forest running back Bryce Love rushed for three touchdowns (6, 68, and 92 yards) and 186 yards on eight carries. He also had 17...

Saturday's UNC-Georgia Tech football recruit visitor list
CarolinaBlue can confirm that the follow recruits will on campus Saturday for UNC's home game against Georgia Tech. 2015: WDE Jalen Dalton (6-5, 235, Clemmons,...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
Wake Forest running back Bryce Love scored three rushing touchdowns (5, 31, 50 yards), plus another on a 56-yard reception. He rushed for 151 yards...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
UNC quarterback commit Anthony Ratliff-Williams scored on a 48-yard QB keeper on his team's first play first scrimmage and on a 7-yard run on...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
Charlotte Butler quarterback Anthony Ratliff-Williams completed 7-of-15 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns (67 and 14 yards). He also converted a two-point conversion on...

Improved Anthony Ratliff-Williams out to lead Butler to fourth NC 4AA championship appearance
Butler High’s senior quarterback added a few things in the offseason. Anthony Ratliff’s parents were married, and he added a name to honor them. He’s...

Anthony Ratliff On Board With UNC
There’s no questioning Anthony Ratliff’s commitment. On Aug. 1, he signed a scholarship agreement with UNC. “It’s definitely a monkey off my back, because it...

Video: UNC Football Coaches Welcome Early Signees
The Tar Heel coaching staff is extremely excited to welcome recent early signees Anthony Ratliff, Carl Tucker, Ty'Son Williams and J.K. Britt...

UNC signs three top football recruits to scholarship agreements
Taking advantage of an NCAA rule that allows colleges to sign high school seniors that plan to enroll in college early, coach Larry Fedora has...

Football commits Carl Tucker, Anthony Ratliff sign with UNC
Class of 2015 North Carolina commits Carl Tucker and Anthony Ratliff made it official today as they signed financial aid agreements for UNC. Tucker is...

Freak Show gives commits taste of Tar Heel experience
Anthony Ratliff knew he wanted to go to North Carolina. He was sure of that before he even stepped on the field at Kenan Stadium...

UNC football commits, targets shine in Charlotte
Two UNC commits, quarterback Anthony Ratliff and cornerback Corey Bell, were awarded position MVPs by the NFTC coaching staff while a number of targets and...

Corey Bell Is A Tar Heel
Cornelius (NC) Hough three-star cornerback Corey Bell is the fourth commitment for North Carolina's 2015 football recruiting class. With today's commitment, the 5-9, 165-pounder joins...

Four-Star TE Chris Clark Commits To UNC
Avon (Conn.) Old Farms four-star tight end Chris Clark visited North Carolina today and left committed to the Tar Heels. Clark chose UNC over offers...

QB Anthony Ratliff Commits to UNC
North Carolina landed its top quarterback target in the 2015 class on Monday as Anthony Ratliff committed to the Tar Heels, sources confirm. The 6-foot,...

Butler QB Anthony Ratliff believes this is his time
Anthony Ratliff is the new quarterback at Butler High. The two quarterbacks before him, Riley Ferguson and Christian LeMay, took their teams to three unbeaten...


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