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UNC Among Standouts for 5-Star QB Justin Fields

Five-star quarterback Justin Fields has had a busy June. He started it off with a decommitment from Penn State. He then visited Georgia, Auburn and Florida State. After those visits, he rejoined his 7on7 team for the IMG National Championship. Who are the teams in his top group? “Georgia, Florida State, Florida, Auburn, North Carolina, Ole Miss and Alabama a little bit.” (247 Sports)

Javon Terry UNC Football Commitment Q&A: 'It Felt Like Family'

Following the conclusion of Fedora's Freak Show on Saturday night, Javon Terry gave the Tar Heels his commitment. He then discussed his decision with Inside Carolina. Did you anticipate making this commitment tonight? Terry: Yeah. When I first came here, I liked it. When I first came here it was like a family, everyone buys in, I was feeling it. I love it. (Inside Carolina)

2018 Safety Javon Terry Commits to North Carolina

When the Freak Show concluded Saturday night, Javon Terry was ready to make his decision. The Wake Forest (N.C.) High safety gave UNC coach Larry Fedora his commitment at the conclusion of the event. Terry chose the Tar Heels over N.C. State, Wake Forest and East Carolina. During the 2016 season, Terry rotated throughout Wake Forest High's secondary. (Inside Carolina)

2018 CB Trey Morrison commits to UNC

Trey Morrison verbally committed to UNC before Saturday’s Fedora’s Freak Show in Chapel Hill. Morrison, a 5-foot-10, 184-pound cornerback from Norcross, Ga., selected the Tar Heels over Cincinnati, Louisville, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. He is the second cornerback commitment in the 2018 class for UNC, joining Florida standout DeAndre Hollins. (Inside Carolina)

Zamir White's high school coach says UNC has momentum with the five-star RB

In less than two weeks, five-star Zamir White (Laurinburg, N.C.) is set to announce his commitment. His high school coach, Richard Bailey, joined vsporto's SEC Recruiting Buzz this week to discuss his star tailback. "I think he's got a good idea," Bailey said. White is likely to have Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, UNC, and Ohio State hats on the table when he announces his decision. (Carolina Blue)

2018 CB DeAndre Hollins commits to UNC

DeAndre Hollins committed to North Carolina, prior to Fedora’s Freak Show on Saturday. Less than a month ago, Hollins, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound cornerback from Tampa (Fla.) Jefferson, named Army, Louisville, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia as his top seven schools. Before arriving in Chapel Hill, Hollins visited Virginia Tech. (Inside Carolina)

5-star RB Zamir White to spend weekend at UNC

According to a CarolinaBlue source, class of 2018 five-star running back Zamir White will be at UNC this weekend (June16-18). White is ranked as the No. 1 running back in the country and the No. 6 overall recruit, per the 247Sports Composite ranking. White will arrive at UNC on Friday with former high school teammate Johnathan Smith, who is a sophomore linebacker for the Tar Heels. (Carolina Blue)

UNC might have its next star QB with addition of Tyler Shough

UNC football coach Larry Fedora might have found his quarterback of the future on Thursday, when class of 2018 4-star quarterback Tyler Shough committed to play for the Tar Heels. While Shough is on the skinny side, the tools are there for him to be a special quarterback. He moved up the recruiting ranks after a junior season in which he threw for 2,079 yards and 27 touchdowns. (FanRag Sports)

Analysis: 2018 UNC QB Commit Tyler Shough

Tyler Shough becomes commit No. 6 for the Tar Heels in the 2018 cycle and the fourth to hold a four-star grade per the 247Sports Composite. 247Sports ranks Shough as the nation’s No. 9 quarterback, No. 1 recruit in Arizona and No. 218 prospect overall. Shough’s upside along with North Carolina’s track record at developing the position makes this a very exciting situation. (247 Sports)

Tar Heels Land Elite 11 QB Tyler Shough

UNC made a national recruiting splash on Thursday. Tyler Shough, a 6-5, 195-pound quarterback from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton, committed to the Tar Heels while in Chapel Hill on Wednesday for a campus visit and participation in UNC's camp. He announced the decision publicly once he returned home. Shough picked UNC over offers from South Carolina, Indiana, Michigan, and Florida State. (Inside Carolina)

What to watch for at Fedora's Freak Show this year

Not long after becoming UNC's football coach, Larry Fedora founded a tradition designed to be the centerpiece of the summer recruiting season: the Freak Show. The Freak Show is a Saturday night gathering of as many Tar Heel prospects as the staff can gather. Here area few key uncommitted recruits to watch out for: RB Zamir White, LB Dax Hollifield, WR Jordyn Adams. (Tar Heel Blog)

Sun Valley quarterback picks up North Carolina offer

Sun Valley quarterback Sam Howell, a rising junior, got an offer from UNC Wednesday. Howell, 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds, participated at team camps at Clemson and Notre Dame last weekend. The Tar Heels were his 14th offer. Last season, Howell was named Southern Carolina offensive player of the year for the second time and he’s a two-time Union County player of the year. (Charlotte Observer)

UNC hosting basketball, football recruits this weekend

As the Tar Heels open up their football summer camp over the weekend, they are set to host a big recruit on Sunday. Class of 2018 five star running back Zamir White is set to visit the school just a few weeks ahead of his big decision. UNC will also be hosting a point guard in the 2019 recruiting class. According to Carolina Blue, point guard Jeremiah Francis will also be on campus for a visit. (Keeping It Heel)

Patton Wright set to walk on for UNC football team

Recent Patton graduate Josh Wright will go from playing one year of varsity football in high school last fall to walking onto the UNC team this fall. Wright recently finished up paperwork with the Tar Heels after finding out that playing for them might be an option on May 26. Wright was an All-Burke County honorable mention selection who also earned All-Northwestern 3A/4A Conference honors. (Morganton News Herald)

Meet Jace Ruder, the small-town QB that's blowing up

Once a college coach lands at the airport in Denver, he still has close to a five-hour drive before he arrives at Norton (Kan.) High to see quarterback Jace Ruder. And that’s likely your best option unless you want to dig deep into your recruiting budget to fly into the Hays, Kan., population 20,000. Then your commute is only 90 minutes. (247 Sports)

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Top UNC Football Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Jordyn Adams2018 WR
Dyami Brown2018 ATH
Avery Jones2018 OT
Jace Ruder2018 QB
Chris Collins2018 DE
Matthew Flint2018 LB
Cade Fortin2018 QB
DeAndre Hollins2018 CB
Devon Lawrence2018 RB
Trey Morrison2018 CB

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