Four-star WR Jordyn Adams commits to UNCClass 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 decision2018 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 upNorth 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 FinalsJordyn 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 ClemsonGreen 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.
2020 QB Jack Miller expected to visit UNCAfter 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 FinalsChandler (Arizona) Hamilton four-star quarterback Tyler Shough talks about his whirlwind June, his commitment to North Carolina, and The Opening at The Opening Finals.
Jordyn Adams breaks down UNC and Clemson, ready to make a decisionJordyn 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)
Shough, Adams among top performers on day one of The OpeningI'm not sure anyone throws a deep ball with more touch than Tyler Shough. That was what really jumped out in day one. Shough recently committed to UNC. I felt like Jordyn Adams was the most impressive wide receiver. It's all against air, no defenders and so the guys with fluidity and natural ball skills stand out. In my eyes no one was more fluid and smooth than the UNC lean. (247 Sports)
UNC commits, targets set for Nike's The OpeningThe Opening, Nike's elite high school football camp, begins this week in Beaverton, Ore. Fans of North Carolina football will have a few prospects in Oregon to keep an eye on. Class of 2018 linebacker commit Payton Wilson and quarterback Tyler Shough are participating along with top wide receiver target Jordyn Adams and top offensive tackle target William Barnes. (Carolina Blue)
Two UNC Football commits attending Nike’s The OpeningThe nation’s best football recruits will be traveling to Nike’s Headquarters in Beaverton, OR, for the top non-university sponsored recruiting event The Opening. The Opening features a number of events for recruits, including position drills and a 7-on-7 tournament. Two UNC football commits will be attending: Quarterback Tyler Shough and linebacker Payton Wilson. (Tar Heel Blog)
Five-star RB Zamir White commits to GeorgiaIn the end, it came down to where Zamir White felt most comfortable. The five-star running back from Laurinburg, N.C., a 6-foot-1, 220-pound ball of speed and explosiveness, decided that his talents were best suited for life in Athens rather than any of the nation’s other top programs. That includes the likes of Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and North Carolina, his other finalists. (USA Today)
Two-sport star Jordyn Adams flashes talents at Cary Prospect Development PipelineA rising senior at Green Hope High School in Cary, Jordyn Adams was a wide receiver turned quarterback that turned back to receiver. In the process, he has received 18 offers to play at the collegiate level, 16 of which were dual offers in both baseball and football. He has narrowed that list down to UNC and Clemson, a decision he plans to make July 3. (MLB.com)
Zamir White commitment ceremony previewClass of 2018 running back Zamir White is set to make his college announcement on Tuesday, June 27. White is the No. 1 running back and the No. 6 overall recruit in the 2018 class, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. Nicknamed "Zeus", the Laurinburg, N.C. product will announce his decision at 12:00 PM in the Scotland County High School Cafeteria. (Carolina Blue)
North Carolina to host Rivals250 WR in JulyIt's commitment season and that isn't lost on Rivals250 wide receiver Daniel George. The Oxon Hill, Md. star is nearing a commitment and it could come in about a month. George is doing his due diligence even though most people believe Penn State will eventually land his commitment. Maryland, Virginia Tech, and UNC have the best chance to pull him away from the Nittany Lions. (Rivals.com)