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Jeremiah Clarke is hungry and ready
As the UNC football team continues to prepare for their Sept. 3rd matchup with border-rival South Carolina, Jeremiah Clarke has been getting a lot of...

Jeremiah Clarke Anchoring UNC's Defensive Line
While Jeremiah Clarke may have risen to the top of the depth chart at nose tackle in spring ball due to injuries and attrition, he’s...

Chizik, Schoettmer talk defense
Is there anyone on the defensive line who has really stepped up during training camp? Jeff Schoettmer: "Yeah for sure, Junior Gnonkonde, Nazair Jones, Jeremiah...

2015 Football Preview: Defensive Line
If UNC is to improve along the defensive line, they will have to do it with a deep but inexperienced group of players. Jessie Rogers...

Ten most important players for 2015 - No. 8
No. 8 - DT Jeremiah Clarke: Clarke has not played a minute of football for UNC, yet he is likely to be a starter come...

New names emerging on the UNC defensive line
The Tar Heel defensive line was an area of weakness in 2014. With a new scheme, coordinator, and position coach the Carolina defensive line strives...

Larry Fedora Thursday Post-Practice Quotes
Who on the defensive line is standing out? Larry Fedora: "I am going to point out the true freshman Aaron Crawford. He's really shown some...

Freshmen Shaking Up UNC's Defensive Line
It took less than a week for true freshman Aaron Crawford to make a training camp splash. Jalen Dalton followed a similar route during spring...

Signing Day Updates: Meet UNC's 2014 Football Recruiting Class
Meet the UNC Football Signing Day class of 2014. Check back throughout the day as National Letters of Intent continue to roll in...

Video: DL Jeremiah Clarke Senior Season Highlights
Senior season highlights from defensive lineman Jeremiah Clarke (6'5" 270 lbs.), a 2014 UNC commit from T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia...

Jeremiah Clarke talks playoffs, North Carolina commitment
T.C. Williams defensive lineman Jeremiah Clarke kicked off his senior year by making his college decision, committing to North Carolina on Fathers’ Day. In two...

Caleb Henderson Wins Battle of Future UNC Teammates
The Lake Braddock-T.C. Williams matchup on Oct. 25 pitted future University of North Carolina teammates against one another. Malik Carney and Jeremiah Clarke, who will...

Tar Heels pulling football recruits from talent-rich northern Virginia
Virginia High school football players get noticed by college recruiters in all sorts of ways. Some wow on video, others make an impression at summer...

UNC's 7-on-7 Preview
High Schools from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia will partake in the Tar Heels’ 7 on 7 Team Camp on Friday. From an individual...

ACC Football Commitment List: Coastal Division
ACC teams have been hard at work on the recruiting trail lately. In the Coastal Division, Pittsburgh has gone from just two commitments to 12,...

Linebacker Malik Carney commits to UNC
2014 linebacker Malik Carney committed to North Carolina on Saturday. Carney, a 6-foot-2, 208-pound prospect, is the second Alexandria (Va.) Williams player to commit to...

ACC Football Commitment Lists: Coastal Division
North Carolina: UNC picked up two defensive commitments a week ago, with Georgia DB Ayden Bonilla and Virginia defensive lineman Tyler Powell. The Tar Heels...

DT Jeremiah Clarke becomes UNC's third football commitment of the weekend
Defensive tackle Jeremiah Clarke (6'5", 275) from T.C. Williams high school (of "Remember the Titans" fame) in Alexandria, Virginia, became North Carolina's third football commitment...

DT Jeremiah Clarke lists UNC in top six
Defensive tackle Jeremiah Clarke (Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams) took the next step in the recruiting process Tuesday night by announcing his top six on Twitter. The...


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