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4-star WR Jordyn Adams commits to UNC. But have you seen him dunk?

Four-star wide receiver Jordyn Adams has announced his decision on where he’ll play college football. At The Opening, Adams made public his verbal commitment to the Tar Heels over fellow finalist Clemson. Adams, from Cary, N.C., holds offers from 18 other schools. He also has a basketball pedigree, and gained some internet notoriety for throwing down this absolutely savage dunk. Read More...

Re-Classified WR Interested In Opportunity At UNC

What makes wide receiver Braeden Heald relevant to UNC’s recruiting is that he performed very well at camp in June, but also he’s a candidate to walk on at Carolina. UNC’s success with walk ons, particularly at wide receiver with Mack Hollins and rising senior Thomas Jackson inspire prospects such as Heald. “I absolutely am on the same page with the opportunity to walk on,” he said. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Video: Trey Morrison excited to be a Tar Heel

Trey Morrison knew he wanted to be a Tar Heel. The 5-foot-10, 175 pound cornerback out of Greater Atlanta Christian visited Chapel Hill on June 17th. He committed while there and is excited about his future in the ACC. Morrison breaks down his decision, he talks about the type of player he is, his recruitment and more with Rivals. View Video...

UNC picks up two athletic receivers in Jordyn Adams, Dyami Brown

UNC wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer should be ecstatic. With the commitment of 2018 four-star wide receiver Jordyn Adams on Monday, the Tar Heels have locked-in two uber-athletic receivers that make up possibly the best wideout combo in the nation. Charlotte wide receiver Dyami Brown completes the pair. He committed to UNC on April 25. Coach Brewer was the lead recruiter on both recruits. (Carolina Blue)

Video: Jordyn Adams - Coming Home

2018 4-star wide receiver and two-sport star Jordyn Adams, from Green Hope High School in Cary, NC, has committed to play football and baseball at UNC. Adams released this video titled "Coming Home" following his commitment on Monday at The Opening in Beaverton, Oregon. Read More...

At Harding High School, nation’s No. 1 running back has one goal: keep getting better

When scout.com released its latest rankings for players in the class of 2019 last week, it ranked Charlotte's Quavaris Crouch as the nation’s No. 5 overall recruit and the top running back available. And if you want to know who is recruiting Harding’s star, a better question might be who isn’t. Crouch has more than 20 offers including Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, UNC, Ohio State, Texas and Texas A&M. (Charlotte Observer)

Analysis: UNC lands a big-time WR in Adams

North Carolina landed a commitment from one of America’s top receivers on Monday in Cary (NC) Green Hope standout Jordyn Adams. Adams announced his pledge to the Tar Heels over his other finalist Clemson. “It’s very exciting,” Adams told 247Sports. “Just seeing the class coming in, it’s a big class, and to be part of it is really fun and a really big thing to look forward to.” (247 Sports)

Four-star WR Jordyn Adams commits to UNC

Class of 2018 wide receiver Jordyn Adams has committed to North Carolina. The 6-2, 175-pound in-state prospect pledged to the Tar Heels in an announcement made on the NFL Network at Nike's The Opening in Beaverton, Ore. Adams is a 247Sports Composite four-star prospect who is ranked as the No. 26 wide receiver and No. 6 player in the state of North Carolina. (Carolina Blue)

Four-star WR Jordyn Adams set to announce decision

2018 wide receiver Jordyn Adams will announce his college decision on Monday. The 6-2, 175-pound recruit is in Beaverton, Oregon competing in The Opening. Adams will announce his decision on the NFL Network at 7:10 pm ET. Adams released a top five of Alabama, Clemson, LSU, UNC, and Ohio State but has since narrowed his choices to the UNC and Clemson. (247 Sports)

Why North Carolina football recruiting is heating up

North Carolina has won a handful of key recruiting battles for 2018 prospects, and the Tar Heels are far from done. It’s a promising sign for Larry Fedora, who said during his introductory press conference in December 2011 that he believed UNC could regularly compete for championships. That statement drew some eye rolling at the time, but Fedora now has many recruits buying in. (FanRag Sports)

Jordyn Adams a top performer at Saturday's The Opening Finals

Jordyn Adams, WR – There are other wide receivers that made more spectacular plays, that talked more trash, that did more back flips after a catch but Adams was quietly one of the best out there. He's so smooth that he makes things look easy but his ability to stack defensive backs, beat press coverage and glide around the field continue to make him a big stock-up guy. (247 Sports)

Video: WR Jordyn Adams Closes In On Commitment at The Opening, Discusses UNC and Clemson

Green Hope (Cary, NC) four-star wide receiver Jordyn Adams spoke to Scout.com at The Opening about his upcoming commitment and discusses his finalists, Clemson and North Carolina. View Video...

2020 QB Jack Miller expected to visit UNC

After picking up two quarterback commitments from the 2018 class in the last couple weeks, another one from the class of 2020 is also showing interest in the Tar Heels. Scottsdale, Arizona quarterback Jack Miller is expected to visit UNC in the coming weeks. Miller, who will also visit Florida State, is considered one of the best QB prospects in the 2020 class. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: 4-star QB Tyler Shough Discusses Tar Heels, The Opening Finals

Chandler (Arizona) Hamilton four-star quarterback Tyler Shough talks about his whirlwind June, his commitment to North Carolina, and The Opening at The Opening Finals. View Video...

Jordyn Adams breaks down UNC and Clemson, ready to make a decision

Jordyn Adams is ready to put it behind him.The 4-star 2018 Cary (NC) Green Hope wide receiver will announce his decision Monday, July 3rd at Nike’s The Opening Final. "Clemson is a high-profile program in football and baseball. I've got an opportunity to play early at North Carolina. At Clemson, I could play early also, but at North Carolina, it's just more of a family atmosphere." (TigerNet)

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