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East Lincoln QB Chazz Surratt receives medical clearance to play Friday

East Lincoln High football coach Mike Byus said quarterback Chazz Surratt has been medically cleared to play in Friday’s N.C. 2AA quarterfinal against East Burke. At practice Thursday morning, Byus said Surratt’s family brought proper documentation, which will allow the school to pad Surratt’s elbow brace. (Charlotte Observer)

East Lincoln awaits medical clearance for injured QB Chazz Surratt to play Friday

After doctors successfully fitted him into a special hinged brace for his injured elbow Tuesday, East Lincoln senior quarterback Chazz Surratt might play in Friday’s playoff game against East Burke. His mother Brandi told the Observer it would be his final high school game. East Lincoln coach Mike Byus said the school is awaiting medical clearance for Surratt to play. (Charlotte Observer)

East Lincoln QB Chazz Surratt needs surgery, done for the season

East Lincoln All-American quarterback Chazz Surratt suffered ligament damage to his left throwing elbow in Friday’s 47-6 N.C. 2AA second round playoff win over Wilkes Central. Surratt will need surgery to repair the ligament damage and the rehab would take 4 to 6 months. Brandi Surratt said her son would enroll at UNC in January. He committed to the Tar Heels last summer. (Charlotte Observer)

Weekend UNC Football Recruit Scoreboard

UNC RB commit Jordon Brown threw a 32-yard touchdown pass, rushed 13 times for 64 yards, and caught a 26-yard pass as his Durham Jordan team defeated Orange County, 17-14. UNC WR/S recruit Nate Craig caught four passes for 154 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown in a 35-6 win in the FHSAA 3A regional finals See how other UNC football recruits performed in the Weekend Recruit Scoreboard. (Inside Carolina)

UNC QB commit Chazz Surratt suffers elbow injury

In the first quarter of a second round N.C. 2AA playoff game against Wilkes Central, East Lincoln quarterback Chazz Surratt, one of the heavy favorites to win N.C. player of the year, was tackled and stuck his arm out to break his fall. His elbow popped out of the socket. When he got to the sidelines, a local doctor popped it back in. But Surratt’s elbow came out again. His night was done. (Charlotte Observer)

Football recruit Myles Dorn cuts list to 5, will announce decision December 4

Three-star athlete Myles Dorn, from Charlotte, N.C., announced a top 5 on Tuesday evening that includes the Buckeyes. The other four schools in the mix are North Carolina, N.C. State, Clemson and West Virginia. Dorn, who announced the news on his Twitter account, will make announce his decision on Dec. 4. (Cleveland.com)

Video: UNC QB commitment Logan Byrd's 99-yard TD run

UNC QB commitment Logan Byrd ran for a 99-yard touchdown in an October 9th game. Byrd's team, Veterans High School (Kathleen, GA) defeated West Laurens High School 14-7. View Video...

New Hanover's Garrett Walston makes decision of a lifetime

The college application process is pretty standard for college bound high school students. Apply and select from the schools that accept you. For New Hanover’s Garrett Walston, who is one of the best tight ends in the country, more than 20 schools took a run at signing him. “I was talking to people form Georgia, Carolina, Penn State, Ohio, Northwestern, Boston College, Wake Forest, throughout the whole United States pretty much,” Walston said. (WECT)

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard

UNC QB commit Chazz Surratt completed 24 of 27 passes for 410 yards and seven touchdowns, leading East Lincoln to a 54-7 playoff win. UNC wide receiver/safety recruit Myles Dorn caught a late TD pass to force overtime and snagged another TD pass in overtime, but his Charlotte Vance team fell to Charlotte Catholic 26-20. See how other UNC football recruits performed in the Football Recruit Scoreboard. (Inside Carolina)

Top UNC cornerback target back on the market

Class of 2016 cornerback Troy Pride decommitted from Virginia Tech on Thursday. He had been committed to the Hokies since Feb. 2nd of 2015. Pride, a 6-0, 175-pound 247Sports three-star cornerback was at North Carolina on an unofficial visit last weekend. He visited UNC for the Duke game and was accompanied his mom. Pride is one of UNC's major cornerback targets for the 2016 class. (Carolina Blue)

Meet crafty UNC defensive back commitment Greg Ross

Defensive backs have a different mentality compared to others on the football field. The pressure makes or breaks this group, something North Carolina commitment Greg Ross thrives on to the point he carries it off the field. After his playing days are done, a career in the Secret Service could even be on the horizon. (Scout.com)

Carolina DL commitment Kyree Campbell can do it inside or out

Kyree Campbell wanted to get his big decision out of the way before beginning his senior season in August. North Carolina won out for his verbal commitment. The three-star Woodbridge (Va.) defensive lineman can play either inside or outside with his frame and skill-set. Many around him think he will be ready to play immediately once in Chapel Hill. (Scout.com)

Five-star DT Dexter Lawrence sets decision date

Five-star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence (Wake Forest, N.C./Rolesville) will announce his college choice December 14 at 3:30 p.m. at his high school, per CarolinaBlue.com's Ross Martin. Lawrence has officially visited Florida and Clemson. He said he will officially visit Ohio State on November 21. He hopes to take an official visit to Alabama prior to making his college choice as well. (Carolina Blue)

WR Divine Deablo set for UNC official visit

Class of 2016 wide receiver and current Virginia Tech commit Divine Deablo (Winston Salem, NC/Mount Tabor) will take an official visit to UNC this weekend when the Tar Heels face Miami. Deablo was one of UNC's major wide receiver targets for the 2016 class. After many unofficial visits to both UNC and Virginia Tech over the summer, Deablo committed to the Hokies on July 27th. (Carolina Blue)

4-Star Defensive End Jake Lawler Extremely Impressed With UNC’s Turnaround

North Carolina was a pretty forgettable club in 2014, finishing 6-7. This year, the Tar Heels are 8-1 after demolishing rival Duke, and sitting in the pole position in the ACC Coastal division. As an added bonus, recruits are noticing. Four-star defensive end Jake Lawler, a junior from Charlotte, tweeted about being incredibly impressed with the year-to-year turnaround that UNC has had. (College Spun)

Top UNC Football Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Jake Lawler2017 WDE
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Tre' Shaw2017 CB
Brian Anderson2017 OG
Michael Carter2017 RB
J.T. Cauthen2017 WR
Jeremiah Gemmel2017 OLB
Traivon Leonard2017 CB
Marcus McKethan2017 OT
Jordon Riley2017 DT

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