Tar Heels Today: Felton, Pinson, Woods, and a two-sport UNC commitmentUpdates on Jalek Felton, Theo Pinson, and Seventh Woods, UNC-Clemson postgame coverage, and a two-sport star commits to play football and lacrosse at UNC in Tar Heels Today.
Get to know UNC's newest 2-sport recruit, Ricky MiezanRicky Miezan is the No. 1 lacrosse recruit in the class of 2018. He's been tracked by nearly every top college lacrosse program in the country since he was a freshman in high school. But he might be destined for the gridiron. He's only played football for one year, but the standout from Episcopal High School in Virginia, has committed to play football and lacrosse at UNC. (THT Note: Article written prior to Miezan's commitment to play football at UNC) (Hero Sports)
Tar Heels Today: Clemson preview, football recruiting note, and the end of small ball?UNC basketball in the AP and RPI rankings, previewing Clemson, Brice Johnson on the move, the end of "small ball"?! and a football recruiting nugget in Tar Heels Today.
Tar Heels Today: Recruiting notes, scores and schedules, and an interesting tweetBasketball and football recruits attend Saturday's game, Roy is back on the recruiting trail, Coby White sets a new standard, UNC scores and schedules, and an interesting tweet in this edition of Tar Heels Today.
Podcast: Don Callahan Ranks UNC's D-Line Recruits With a Special Guest, Discusses Junior DayIn this podcast, Inside Carolina's Don, Jon, and a special guest give their rankings for UNC's 2018 defensive line recruits. Then in the second half of the podcast, Don looks ahead to UNC's big Junior Day taking place on Saturday, January 27th. Don and Jon then end the podcast discussing the latest news on Dax Hollifield's recruitment. (Audioboom)
Tar Heels hosting elite football recruits for junior dayAs a result of the new football early signing period, early recruitment of the junior class is more important than ever. This weekend could go a long way in shaping key relationships between the Tar Heels' staff and members of the Class of 2019. Here are some of the most important recruits scheduled to be on campus Saturday: 1. Quavaris Crouch, 5-star RB, Charlotte, N.C. (DieHards.com)
Audio: UNC Football Recruiting Ramping UpNorth Carolina has a big basketball game this weekend hosting North Carolina State University. And the Tar Heel football team is looking to capitalize on that opportunity by hosting top recruits for this year’s Junior Day. Inside Carolina has more on what UNC hopes to accomplish on the grid iron during the heart of basketball season. (Chapelboro.com)
Tar Heels Today: Addressing UNC basketball's issues, recruiting infoA quick rundown of the latest Tar Heel news with some basketball and football recruiting info, today's upcoming game schedule, birthdays and historic events. It also includes the UNC photo of the day, and the thought of the day.
Jordyn Adams climbs final Rivals, 247 Sports football recruit rankings247 Sports put out their final rankings of the 2018 football recruiting class with UNC receiver signee Jordyn Adams coming in at No. 14. Adams was initially ranked at No. 77 but has climbed all the way into the top 15 and even earned a fifth star. Rivals.com also put out their final 2018 rankings. Adams is graded as a four-star recruit and finishes ranked 72nd overall. (Keeping It Heel)
UNC football has room to make recruiting moves before signing dayThe Tar Heels were near the bottom of the ACC in early signing numbers with 14. Since then, UNC has added commitments from Georgia, offensive tackle Joshua Ezedu (Jan. 19) and outside linebacker Matthew Flint from Alabama (Jan. 15). Flint’s pledge is a direct result of the latest addition to the Tar Heel coaching staff, former UNC linebacker Tommy Thigpen. (Fayetteville Observer)
4-star DT Rick Sandidge lauds Tar Heels after official visitNo blue-chippers are more important to the Tar Heels than 4-star inside linebacker Dax Hollifield and 4-star defensive tackle Rick Sandidge, the top two 2018 uncommitted players in North Carolina. While the Tar Heels have slipped in regards to Hollifield, they might have improved their positioning with Sandidge, who was in Chapel Hill for an official visit last weekend. (DieHards.com)
2019 WR C.J. Johnson unveils top three schoolsD.H. Conley High School (Greenville, N.C.) three-star 2019 wide receiver C.J. Johnson has taken a major step in his recruitment, whittling down his list to three schools. East Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia Tech all made the cut for Johnson, who also had offers from Duke and NC State. Johnson has been to multiple games at ECU, UNC and Virginia Tech already. (247 Sports)
2018 OL Joshua Ezeudu Commits to UNCJoshua Ezeudu originally planned to reveal a verbal commitment after taking one more official visit. Instead, the offensive tackle committed to North Carolina on Friday. "You can't find a school like North Carolina that's good at football but also has top academics," Ezeudu said. "Coach [Larry] Fedora, I can tell that he's real close to getting them over the hump." (Inside Carolina)
UNC Football expecting two big official visitors this weekendIt’s the second of four weekends of official visits leading up to National Signing Day, and the Tar Heels are expecting a couple of big-time football recruits. The more familiar, of the two is 4-star defensive tackle Rick Sandidge of Concord, N.C, the nation’s No. 12 defensive tackle. The second of the blue-chippers expected in Chapel Hill this weekend is 4-star receiver Warren Thompson. (DieHards.com)
UNC Football Signees Jordyn Adams, Avery Jones Make Top247UNC signee Jordyn Adams is the No. 14 overall player in the final Top247 released Thursday. Adams, a 6-2, 175-pound big-play wide receiver, is expected to enroll at North Carolina in June. Adams will also play baseball for UNC. He is a star centerfielder at Green Hope High School in Cary, N.C. Avery Jones, a 6-4 275-pound guard from Havelock, N.C., comes in at No. 144. (Inside Carolina)