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Justin Thomason's Time Has Arrived
After serving in a backup role for his first two seasons at North Carolina, defensive tackle Justin Thomason is working out with the Tar Heels...

Spring football preview capsules: ACC Coastal
Defensive line questions. Kareem Martin and Tim Jackson are both gone, leaving big holes in the North Carolina front. Martin ended up notching 21.5 tackles...

UNC receiver T.J. Thorpe watches practice in a boot – and other personnel notes
Senior OT Brennan Williams and freshman defensive end Justin Thomason continued to wear the orange/red jerseys that signify limited participation in practice. Sr. offensive guard...

ACC Football Commitments Lists, Coastal Division, Jan. 26
Remember how N.C. State had managed to flip the commitments of a couple of North Carolina recruits? Well it looks like UNC has returned the...

UNC makes up for football recruiting losses with three new pledges
Larry Fedora and his staff rallied by picking up three commitments since last Thursday from Alabama offensive lineman Caleb Peterson, Florida safety Clinton Heaven and...

DE Justin Thomason to the Tar Heels
North Carolina has added a pledge from three-star defensive end Justin Thomason (McDonough, Ga./Eagle's Landing Christian), multiple sources report. He was favoring the Tar Heels...

DE Justin Thomason commits to UNC
Defensive end Justin Thomason (6'4", 235, McDonough, GA) has committed to UNC, according to Inside Carolina. Thomason visited UNC this weekend and becomes the Tar...

DE Justin Thomason down to four schools
Justin Thomason (McDonough, Ga./Eagles Landing Christian Academy) says he’s down to four schools with 14 days left until national signing day. Thomason, a three-star defensive...


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