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Video: UNC Freak Show Sights and Sounds

Held under the lights of Kenan Stadium with the sound system blaring, the 2016 edition of Fedora's Freak Show had just as much excitement as ever, as captured by Inside Carolina. View Video...

2017 CB Caleb Rozar talks Carolina commitment

The excitement had died down from UNC's Freak Show and the lights were turned shut off in Kenan Stadium. But, there remained one final firework to cap off North Carolina's evening. Caleb Rozar, a 2017 cornerback from Tennessee pledged to the Tar Heels. He committed to UNC head coach Larry Fedora, defensive coordinator Gene Chizik, and defensive backs coach Charlton Warren in the tunnel under Kenan. (Carolina Blue)

CB Caleb Rozar commits to UNC

Class of 2017 cornerback Caleb Rozar has committed to North Carolina. The 6-3, 200-pound cornerback pulled the trigger roughly 30 minutes after the Freak Show ended. Rozar came in to the Freak Show and proved that he was a corner who can play at a high level in college. He is strong on the line and has the size the Tar Heels want in the secondary. (Carolina Blue)

OL Brian Anderson Commits to North Carolina

Class of 2017 offensive lineman Brian Anderson has committed to North Carolina. The 6-3, 286-pound prospect from Montgomery pledged to the Tar Heels at UNC's Freak Show elite recruiting event on Saturday night. Anderson becomes UNC's ninth commit for the 2017 class and the second offensive lineman, joining 6-5, 315-pound offensive guard Jonah Melton. (Carolina Blue)

Freak Show primer

Saturday night is the biggest North Carolina football recruiting event of 2016. With a huge number of high-level 2017, 2018, and 2019 prospects in attendance, Fedora's Freak Show will have a significant impact on the 2017 recruiting class while laying the foundation for the 2018 and 2019 classes. Currently, all of UNC's eight 2017 commits are expected to attend. (Carolina Blue)

UNC offers 2018 Ohio quarterback

Shelby (Ohio) High 2018 quarterback Brennan Armstrong added an offer from UNC on Tuesday. Armstrong camped in Chapel Hill on Sunday after visiting Saturday. He got the good word from Larry Fedora. "He's absolutely pumped about the offer," Shelby coach Erik Will said. "He liked everything he saw in Chapel Hill." Armstrong's other offers include Iowa State, Virginia, and Toledo. (Carolina Blue)

Luke Elder never stopped fighting

Last week, Luke Elder visited a doctor he’s been working with in Durham, N.C., near where he’ll be playing football at the University of North Carolina, and he was given great news. While he’s been able to consistently work out all through his cancer treatment and the surgeries, he hadn’t yet been fully cleared to go 100 percent on a football field. His doctor gave him that go-ahead. (LaGrange Daily News)

Elite 2018 QB Artur Sitkowski names schools standing out

Coming off a weekend visit to Chapel Hill and UNC, Artur Sitkowski told 247Sports that a few schools are standing out. "I think right now, Michigan, Ohio State, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Wisconsin. Those are probably the schools. Rutgers and Maryland as well." The 6-4, 215-pound pro-style signal caller made it clear that he is open to new schools. (Carolina Blue)

Summer Camps Have Been Good To Carolina Football

Most North Carolina football fans likely don’t view June as a noteworthy month on their gridiron calendar. Hitting the beaches or local pools, family vacations, gardens, cookouts, and a slower pace is usually the norm for most people as spring turns into summer. But in Chapel Hill, there’s annually a 15-day window that has become quite important to the Tar Heels’ football future. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

No. 56 Offensive Tackle Jerry Drake Jr. Sets UNC Visit

Massive rising senior and Scout's eighth-ranked offensive tackle in Florida, Jerry Drake Jr., is slated to hit the road to visit a pair of schools. The 6-foot-7, 311-pound Drake has been taking a patient approach when it comes to attacking the recruiting process. "I'm visiting North Carolina and South Carolina as of now," Drake said. "The North Carolina visit is on the 18th." (Scout.com)

5-Star RB Zamir White Makes Impromptu UNC Visit

2017 five-star running back Zamir White was at UNC on Friday for an impromptu visit. The 6-1, 210-pound prospect from Scotland County High School was with UNC linebacker Jonathan Smith's father, who was at UNC to pick up his son from college to head back to Laurinburg for his high school graduation ceremony. White said that he is a "maybe" for next week's Freak Show. (Carolina Blue)

UNC close to landing OL grad transfer

According to multiple sources, former Texas offensive lineman Jake Raulerson is close to committing to North Carolina. The 6-4, 295-pound lineman who can play inside or outside has graduated from Texas and holds two years of college eligibility. "North Carolina is in the driver's seat, according to the dad," Jeff Howe of Horns247 told CarolinaBlue. (Carolina Blue)

UNC set to host Four-Star 2017 OL Nick Brahms

Four-Star 2017 Offensive Guard Nick Brahms is continuing his college visit tour with stops along Tobacco Road Tuesday and Wednesday. Brahms' first stop in NC will be Tuesday when he visits Duke. On Wednesday, the 6'4", 285-pound interior lineman ranked as the 10th-best OG in the country, will make the trip over to Chapel Hill to see UNC. (Carolina Blue)

UNC Football Camp Season Preview

The 2016 UNC prospect camp season starts Tuesday with the Tar Heels' first camp of the summer. UNC will hold eight camps, seven in June and one in July. The majority of the camps will take place over the next two weeks and culminate with Fedora's Freak Show, UNC's elite invitation-only event. The Tar Heels will hold no satellite camps. (Carolina Blue)

UNC, NC State football finally capitalizing on in-state recruiting

So far, both UNC and NC State have landed multiple coveted in-state football prospects. There’s also reason to believe that the recruiting success for 2017 isn’t a fluke. Five of the six committed top-10 prospects in North Carolina are pledged to UNC. Seven of the eight committed top-15 prospects have chosen either UNC or NC State. That's a much different trend than in past years. (Today's U)

Top UNC Football Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Ryan Jones2017 ATH
Jake Lawler2017 WDE
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Tre' Shaw2017 CB
Brian Anderson2017 OG
Michael Carter2017 RB
J.T. Cauthen2017 WR
Jeremiah Gemmel2017 OLB
Traivon Leonard2017 CB
Marcus McKethan2017 OT

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