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New UNC commit Marlon Dunlap: "I love Carolina"

UNC picked up their 20th commitment for the 2016 class in 6-5, 285-pound defensive lineman Marlon Dunlap. The Charlotte native picked UNC over offers from Tennessee, West Virginia, and East Carolina. Dunlap visited UNC on Saturday for the Tar Heels 26-13 victory over Virginia. "I love Carolina, the coaches are great down there. They know I am going to be a good fit in the family." (Carolina Blue)

2016 DT Marlon Dunlap Commits to UNC

According to Inside Carolina sources, Marlon Dunlap verbally committed to North Carolina on Sunday night. Dunlap, a 6-foot-4, 275-pound defensive tackle from West Charlotte (N.C.), made the pledge a day after his most recent visit to UNC. Besides the Tar Heels, he also picked up scholarship offers from East Carolina, Louisville, Tennessee, and West Virginia. (Inside Carolina)

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard

UNC RB commit Jordon Brown scored 2 TDs and rushed for 177 yards as his Southern Durham team lost to Northwood 28-26. Tar Heel quarterback commit Chazz Surratt was a perfect 19-for-19 passing for 309 yards and 3 TDs, leading East Lincoln to a 49-13 win over West Caldwell. See how the rest of UNC's football recruits performed in this week's edition of the Weekend Recruit Scoreboard. (Inside Carolina)

Chazz Surratt posts another incredible stat line Friday

At this point, there isn’t much Chazz Surratt can add to his list of accomplishments. There was one goal that had eluded the senior quarterback, though, and he put a check mark by it Friday. Surratt completed all 19 of his passes in directing East Lincoln to a 49-13 win against West Caldwell. Surratt’s completions — subject to film review over the weekend — added up to 309 yards and five touchdowns. (Gaston Gazette)

UNC Football Commitment Jonah Melton Talks Big Night

Jonah Melton knew a few weeks ago where he wanted to play his college football. And on Saturday evening, less than two hours before North Carolina crushed Wake Forest, Melton informed UNC coach Larry Fedora that he was going to be a Tar Heel. "I told him around 5:15 I would say and he said he was very excited and he was fired up," Melton told THI. "He also told me that it made his night." (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Lineman Jonah Melton chooses close-to-home option with Tar Heels

A few hours before his UNC football team took on Wake Forest this past weekend, Tar Heels coach Larry Fedora and two of his assistant coaches met with Eastern Alamance junior offensive tackle Jonah Melton. Melton gave a verbal commitment to Fedora and Tar Heels assistant coaches Keith Heckendorf and Chris Kapilovic on Saturday. It ended a recruiting process that included offers from “13 or 14” schools, Melton said. (Burlington Times News)

QB Chazz Surratt making assault on N.C. record books

Friday night, in a 48-24 win over Newton-Conover, East Lincoln quarterback Chazz Surratt broke the Lincoln County career rushing record. Yes, you read that right. East Lincoln’s quarterback broke the Lincoln County rushing record. Surratt, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound senior, has committed to play college football at North Carolina. For his career, Surratt has 563 carries for 4,347 yards and 73 touchdowns. (Charlotte Observer)

Weekend UNC Football Recruit Scoreboard

Recent UNC safety commit James Pierre returned a punt 65 yards for a TD. He also made eight tackles (6 solo) as his Deerfield Beach (Fla.) team won 44-21. UNC quarterback commit Chazz Surratt ran for 284 yards and a pair of TDs, and completed 15-of-23 passes for 225 yards and three TDs. See how the rest of UNC's recruits performed in this week's edition of the UNC Football Recruit Scoreboard. (Inside Carolina)

UNC QB commitment Chazz Surratt's big night fuels win

Chazz Surratt accounted for 509 yards of offense and five touchdowns, Coleton Banks ran for two scores, and East Lincoln extended its win streak to 24 games in a 48-24 win at Newton-Conover on Friday night. Surratt ran for 284 yards and a pair of TDs, and threw for 225 yards and three scores. (Lincoln Times-News)

UNC football recruit, Southern Durham senior Jordon Brown hoping for another moment

Football captivated Jordon Brown from an early age. No other sport matched the joy of scoring a touchdown. He should know. As a sophomore, the Southern Durham senior all-purpose back pulled off the TD every kid dreams of. Brown’s championship game-winning score in the final moments lifted Southern Durham to a 38-31 win over Crest in the 2013 N.C. High School Athletic Association 3AA final at BB&T Stadium in Winston-Salem. (Raleigh News & Observer)

UNC Lands Four-Star 2017 OL Jonah Melton

Prior to North Carolina’s home-opener, four-star offensive lineman Jonah Melton gave the Tar Heels their first verbal commitment of the 2017 class. Melton, a 6-foot-3, 293-pounder from Mebane (N.C.) Eastern Alamance, selected UNC over fellow favorites NC State and South Carolina. He also received scholarship offers from Clemson, Duke, Miami, Wake Forest, and West Virginia. (Inside Carolina)

Video: UNC tight end commitment Garrett Walston makes incredible catch

Class of 2016 North Carolina tight end commit Garrett Walston made one of the more incredible catches you will see at any level of football. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound prospect is ranked as the No. 17 tight end in the country and the No. 18 player in the state of North Carolina. (Carolina Blue)

Five-star DT Dexter Lawrence to visit UNC

Five-star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence will be taking an unofficial visit to UNC for the Tar Heels' Saturday game against Wake Forest. Lawrence is ranked as the No. 2 defensive tackle in the nation and the No. 3 overall player in the 2016 class. An in-state prospect, Lawrence last visited UNC for June 20th's Freak Show. Since then he has been to Alabama, N.C. State, Florida, and Clemson. (Carolina Blue)

Commitment Breakdown: James Pierre

You have to love a dog in the back end of the defense that plays with passion and competitiveness, and that's exactly what James Pierre will provide Gene Chizik's defense at UNC. The Broward County native is always eager to jump to the front of the line and test himself against the best of the best, and he has that chip on his shoulder that defensive coordinators love to see from their defensive backs. (Scout.com)

UNC wins one against SEC

Anytime a football team in North Carolina can win a recruiting battle against a Southeastern Conference team, it's a significant achievement. When it's an in-state player who first made a verbal commitment to an SEC school, that's an even bigger deal. Such was the case for the North Carolina Tar Heels last Thursday when Wilmington tight end Garrett Walston flipped his pledge from Georgia to UNC. (Fayetteville Observer)

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