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Antonio Williams De-commits from UNC

2016 running back Antonio Williams de-committed from North Carolina Saturday afternoon. “I have officially decided I will decommit from the University of North Carolina,” Williams said via a statement on his Twitter account. Williams, a 5-foot-11, 208-pound running back from New London (N.C.) North Stanly, originally committed to North Carolina last September. “First and foremost I would like to thank Coach Larry Fedora and his staff for giving me the chance to commit as early as I did." (Inside Carolina)

UNC OL commit William Sweet makes big jump in recruiting rankings

Class of 2015 UNC commit William Sweet made a big jump in the 247Sports Composite rankings update. Sweet, who is 6-foot-5 and 270-pounds, moved up over 100 spots and is now the No. 34 offensive tackle in the 2015 class and the No. 43 prospect in Florida, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. (Carolina Blue)

RB Bryce Love Stands Out at SPARQ Rating National Championship

Bryce Love, a 247Sports Composite four-star running back prospect, finished 11th overall in the SPARQ Rating National Championship. 162 elite prospects competed in the competition on Tuesday at Nike's elite high school football camp The Opening. Love, from Wake Forest-Rolesville (NC), measured 5-foot-10 and 180-pounds and ran a 4.47 second 40 yard dash. Love has made multiple visits to UNC including, most recently, for the Freak Show where he observed but did not compete or work out. (Carolina Blue)

2015 Football Recruiting Class: UNC's remaining targets

North Carolina has 16 football commits for the 2015 recruiting class. With a lot of quality talent already verbally locked, the UNC coaching staff turns its attention to securing elite prospect that will round out head coach Larry Fedora's third class in Chapel Hill. It is unclear the exact number of players UNC will take in the 2015 cycle, but the majority of the remaining prospects the Tar Heels are targeting is becoming more apparent. (Carolina Blue)

4-Star DE Darian Roseboro lists UNC in top-6

Elite four-star defensive end Darian Roseboro (Lincolnton, NC/Lincolnton) named a top six of "Michigan, NC State, Alabama, Clemson, North Carolina and Tennessee" in no order Monday evening. Michigan appears to be the current leader for Roseboro's services. Roseboro is looking to make his college decision on the first day of school his senior year. As of now, Michigan is the only school Roseboro has a set date to visit again. (Carolina Blue)

Jalen Dalton recruit scouting report: Long defensive end

Jalen Dalton is one of the top defensive linemen in the class of 2015, and the prospect is receiving some high-level interest. Dalton attends Clemmons (N.C.) West Forsyth High School, and is projected to play defensive end at the next level. He is listed at 6'5 and weighs in at 235 pounds. (SB Nation)

DE Trevon Hill commits to Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech's commitment drought is over. The Hokies got their first new 2015 commitment in five and a half weeks Saturday when three-star Salem High defensive end Trevon Hill of Virginia Beach picked Virginia Tech over North Carolina. (Roanoke Times)

DE Trevon Hill discusses upcoming decision

Class of 2015 defensive end Trevon Hill will announce his college decision Saturday morning. The 247Sports three-star defender has narrowed his choices to North Carolina and Virginia Tech. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect, who UNC is recruiting as a bandit, gave his thoughts Thursday on both the Hokies and the Tar Heels. On UNC: "I really like the players. The coaches are wonderful too. And I think if I go there I have the chance to get early playing time at the bandit position." (Carolina Blue)

Newnan Head Coach discusses UNC commit J.K. Britt

CarolinaBlue talked with Newnan High School head football coach Mike McDonald about recent 2015 UNC defensive back commit J.K. Britt. In the discussion, McDonald touched on his high school career, his recruitment, and expectations for the 5-foot-11, 187-pound prospect at UNC. "(UNC) got on (Britt) this Spring," McDonald told CarolinaBlue. "Got him up for a visit. I was expecting Kentucky, they did a good job recruiting him. I always thought Kentucky was leading." (Carolina Blue)

UNC Running Back Recruiting Update

Bryce Love is the main and most logical target for UNC at running back in the 2015 recruiting class. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound prospect out of Wake-Forest Rolesville High School holds 21 offers. He runs a 4.3 second 40 yard dash. Love's 247Sports Crystal Ball currently is 92% North Carolina and 8% South Carolina with 13 total predictions registered. UNC has an outside chance with Garner (NC) product Nyheim Hines. The 5-foot-9, 187-pound running back runs a 4.34 40 yard dash and holds 20 offers. (Carolina Blue)

2015 CB J.K. Britt Commits to UNC

Newnan (Ga.) defensive back J.K. Britt committed to the Tar Heels on Monday evening, sources confirm to Inside Carolina. Britt, who UNC is recruiting to play the ram position, chose the Tar Heels over Kentucky. He also claimed offers from Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Tennessee and Virginia Tech. The 6-foot, 187-pound prospect made his first visit to UNC a week ago for Fedora's Freak Show. (Inside Carolina)

UNC "in the running" for 2016 OG Richard Merritt

Richard Merritt, a 2016 offensive guard out of Archbishop Carroll in Washington, D.C., told CarolinaBlue that UNC is "in the running." The 6-foot-5, 345-pound prospect says he has not heard from UNC since camp, but did mentioned that one coach stopped by his high school. Recruiting regulations prohibited the coach doing any more than merely shaking Merritt's hand. Per the 247Sports Composite rankings Merritt is the No. 2 offensive guard in the 2016 class. (Carolina Blue)

UNC football commit Javarius Davis: "I just make plays"

Class of 2015 cornerback Javarius Davis explained what was going through his mind when UNC head coach asked "Who's next?!?" at the end of last Saturday's Freak Show. In a surprise decision, Davis committed to the Tar Heels and will bring his speed and athleticism to Kenan Stadium. The 5-foot-9.5, 173-pound athlete with 4.47 second 40 yard dash speed spoke with CarolinaBlue about why he committed to UNC and his recruitment experience. (Carolina Blue)

UNC Football Commit Johnathan Sutton: Speed and Hitting

Class of 2015 linebacker Johnathan Sutton decision to commit to North Carolina on Saturday before the Freak Show was based on his comfort with the Tar Heel coaching staff and the football program. UNC linebacker's coach Ron West led the recruitment of the 6-foot, 215-pound Sutton. "He (West) was just being real with me," the 247Sports Composite three-star linebacker explained to CarolinaBlue. "He kept everything straight with me. He showed me everything." (Carolina Blue)

2015 RB Bryce Love on UNC: "It was amazing! Loved it."

Bryce Love is regarded as one of North Carolina's top targets in the 2015 recruiting class. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound running back who runs a 4.30 second 40-yard dash is currently preparing for The Opening which will be held in Eugene, Oregon over July 7th-10th. Love attended Fedora's Freak Show on Saturday night and told CarolinaBlue "It was amazing! Loved it." According to his father, Love plans to narrow down his list of schools near the end of this summer. (Carolina Blue)

Top UNC Football Recruits
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Chazz Surratt2016 DUAL
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Jake Lawler2017 WDE
Adarius Lemons2017 RB
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Jordon Brown2016 APB
Logan Byrd2016 PRO
Kyree Campbell2016 DT
Allen Cater2016 SDE
J.B. Copeland2016 OLB

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