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Scout Spotlight: Anthony Ratliff-Williams

Anthony Ratliff-Williams considers himself a versatile quarterback and scouts agree - he's a 4-star prospect and ranked one of the Top 20 signal callers in the country. Get to know the future Tar Heel in the latest edition of the Scout Spotlight series. (Inside Carolina)

Videos of Jalen Dalton at the Under Armour All-American game

North Carolina defensive end commit Jalen Dalton is a competing in the 2015 Under Armour All-American game. The game is on Friday, January 4th at 4:00 PM EST and can be seen ESPN2. Dalton will enroll at UNC on January 4th. Below are a collection of videos of the 6-foot-5, 235-pound 247Sports four-star prospect from practice this week. (Carolina Blue)

Bryce Love sets decision date

Four-star Wake Forest (N.C.) 2015 running back Bryce Love announced his decision date and location on Tuesday afternoon via his Twitter account. Love will decide on Jan. 30 inside his school's auditorium between East Carolina, N.C. State, North Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee and Virginia Tech. (Carolina Blue)

Video: Kyran Bowman's junior season highlights

2014 season highlights of UNC commitment and Havelock (NC) High School wide receiver Kyran Bowman. (Hudl.com)

Scout Spotlight: Mike Hughes

Mike Hughes is a dynamic playmaker on both sides of the ball. Get to know the future Tar Heel in the latest edition of the Scout Spotlight series. (Inside Carolina)

The Real Jalen Dalton

Jalen Dalton walked into the West Forsyth High School gymnasium late one morning in mid-December, and immediately several female students approached him. They smiled, joked with him, one patted his right shoulder, and at times they just looked at the gentle giant approvingly. Friends for sure. Dalton has a lot of friends around these parts, and why not? (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC coaches, players, recruits react to Mike Hughes commitment

North Carolina received a surprise Monday morning when 2015 cornerback/athlete Mike Hughes (New Bern, NC) committed to the Tar Heels. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound in-state prospect choose UNC over N.C. State and Florida. Hughes is planning on being an early enrollee and should be on campus this January. (Carolina Blue)

Mike Hughes 'a steal' for UNC

UNC coach Larry Fedora is getting a real good one in New Bern High School quarterback Mike Hughes, who this past season threw for 1,263 yards, 10 touchdowns and a 4-A state championship, Hillside High School coach Antonio King said. Hughes, who has verbally committed to UNC, also rushed for 1,355 yards and 22 touchdowns. So the guy — he lined up at cornerback, too — was running and throwing for around 200 yards per game. But he'll probably play defense for the Tar Heels. “They are getting a steal,” King said. (Durham Herald-Sun)

UNC Adds Walkon Linebacker Sha'mond Squires

Mike Hughes wasn’t the only New Bern product who committed to North Carolina over NC State on Monday. Hughes’s classmate, teammate, and close friend Sha’mond Squires accepted a preferred walk-on offer from UNC over a similar opportunity from the Wolfpack. While Hughes took home the NCHSAA 4A Championship MVP, Squires, a 5-foot-11, 205-pound linebacker, was awarded the east team defensive MVP. (Inside Carolina)

New UNC commit Mike Hughes and the Tar Heels

On Monday morning North Carolina picked a big commitment from in-state athlete/cornerback Mike Hughes. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound 247Sports Composite three-star prospect runs a 4.55 40-yard dash and should be used in a variety of ways by the Tar Heels. Though Hughes played quarterback and defensive back for New Bern High School, he will be used primarily as a cornerback once he arrives in Chapel Hill. (Carolina Blue)

UNC Offers 2016 DE Khalid Kareem

Farmington Hills (Mich.) Harrison 2016 defensive end Khalid Kareem tells 247Sports that North Carolina is the latest to offer. Boston College, Duke, Louisville, Miami, Pittsburgh and Wake Forest are among the other ACC schools to extend an early scholarship offer to the 6-foot-4, 240-pound Kareem, who is ranked by 247Sports as the nation's No. 21 strong-side defensive end. (247 Sports)

ATH Mike Hughes Commits to UNC

UNC received an early Christmas present on Monday. During a press conference at New Bern High School, Mike Hughes announced his intentions to enroll at UNC in January. Hughes, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound athlete, selected UNC over co-finalists Florida and NC State. He took in-season official visits to all three programs. Auburn, Clemson, Duke, Mississippi, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech also offered Hughes. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Aaron Crawford's senior season highlights

2014 season highlights of UNC commitment and Stone Bridge High School (Ashburn, VA) defensive tackle Aaron Crawford. (Hudl)

UNC offers 2016 OT Luke Elder

North Carolina has offered class of 2016 offensive tackle Luke Elder (Lagrange, GA). A 6-foot-5, 275-pound prospect, Elder made two visits to UNC this fall. Tar Heel offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic offered Elder and is leading the recruitment of the prospect. "Its been a long road and I've been hoping this day was coming!" Elder told CarolinaBlue via text after he received the UNC offer. (Carolina Blue)

Scout Spotlight: William Sweet

William Sweet describes his game as "smart, fast, physical." Sound familiar? The Tar Heel commitment is a four-star prospect and a Top 250 national prospect -- get to know this elite offensive tackle from Florida in in the latest edition of the Scout Spotlight series. (Inside Carolina)

Top UNC Football Recruits
Kyree Campbell2016 DE
Chazz Surratt2016 QB
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Tyler Smith2017 WR
Korey Banks2016 ATH
Jordon Brown2016 RB
Logan Byrd2016 QB
Nolan DeFranco2016 DE
Marlon Dunlap2016 DT
Luke Elder2016 OT

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