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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)

UNC commits, future teammates compete at the Shrine Bowl

Future Tar Heel teammates Mason Veal (Charlotte, NC/Ardrey Kell) and Jalen Dalton (Clemmons, NC/West Forsyth) competed against each other at practice for the Shrine Bowl. Veal is a 6-foot-6, 285-pound 247Sports Composite four-star offensive tackle. Dalton is a 6-foot-5, 235-pound 247Sports Composite four-star defensive end. Both prospects are key components of North Carolina's 2015 recruiting class. (Carolina Blue)

UNC offers 2015 athlete Chris Williamson

North Carolina has offered 2015 athlete Chris Williamson (Gainesville, GA) per Williamson's personal twitter account. UNC is recruiting Williamson for the cornerback position. Williamson's recruitment has heated up as of late. He has received offers from Northwestern, California, Cincinnati, and Virginia this December. UNC linebackers coach and north Georgia recruiter Ron West is leading the recruitment of Williamson. (Carolina Blue)

Tar Heels offer big Virginia tackle Josh Ball

North Carolina offered 2016 offensive tackle Josh Ball (Fredericksburg, VA/Stafford) on Friday night per Evan Watkins of VTScoop and confirmed by Ball on Saturday. Ball is a 247Sports Composite three-star prospect. The 6-foot-6, 305-pound prospect has offers from Virginia Tech, South Carolina, West Virginia, Penn State, Maryland, Duke, and Virginia, among others. Ball was a full participant at UNC's 2014 Freak Show in Kenan Stadium on June 21st. (Carolina Blue)

Video: Corey Bell's senior season highlights

2014 season highlights of UNC commitment and Hough High School (Cornelius, NC) cornerback Corey Bell. (Hudl.com)

Two UNC Football Recruits Set to Enroll in January

UNC got a pair of key football recruits firming up plans for enrollment in January. William Sweet, a 6-7, 275 lb offensive tackle from Jacksonville, Florida, is a four star recruit ranked 22nd at his position and 234th overall by Scout.com. In addition to Sweet, UNC had three start linebacker Andre Smith, also from Jacksonville, sign for early enrollment. Smith, a 6-0, 220 lb player is ranked 28th at middle linebacker by Scout.com. (Tar Heel Blog)

2015 OL William Sweet sticks with UNC

LSU made a strong run at North Carolina commit William Sweet but the three-star offensive tackle made a big statement on Thursday when he signed his financial aid agreement with the Tar Heels. Sweet visited LSU three times since the end of May with his latest visit on Nov. 7 for the Alabama game. Les Miles made his in-home visit with Sweet last Thursday but despite the Tigers’ push he decided to stick with North Carolina. (Geaux247)

2015 LB Andre Smith reaffirms commitment to UNC

Class of 2015 linebacker Andre Smith (Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian Academy) reaffirmed his commitment to North Carolina on Thursday. The 6-foot-0, 230-pound prospect picked UNC over Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Miami. Smith, a 247Sports Composite three-star, originally committed to the Tar Heels on October 15, 2013. (Carolina Blue)

UNC offers 2016 QB Shane Buechele

North Carolina has offered 2016 quarterback Shane Buechele (Arlington, Texas/Lamar). Buechele is a 6-foot-2, 182-pound dual-threat quarterback. He is a 247Sports Composite four-star prospect Buechele has seven offers from Kentucky, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, TCU Texas, Texas Tech, and now North Carolina. UNC quarterbacks coach Keith Heckendork is leading the recruitment of Buechele. (Carolina Blue)

OL Mason Veal to Enroll Early

Enrolling early has been an objective for North Carolina pledge Mason Veal for quite some time. He learned that he’d be able to actually achieve that goal during this weekend’s official visit. “It’s a done deal,” the 6-foot-6, 291-pound offensive lineman from Charlotte (N.C.) Ardrey Kell said. “I’ll be there Jan. 7. I actually got the paperwork [on Sunday], so I’ve got to work on that. I’m working on housing." (Inside Carolina)

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard

New Bern QB/S Mike Hughes rushed for 273 yards and accounted for seven touchdowns in defeating Wilmington Hoggard 49-14 in the regional round of the NCHSAA 4A playoffs. UNC QB Commit Nathan Elliott passed for 262 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions in Celina's 41-34 win over Sweetwater in the quarterfinals of the Texas UIL 4A D2 playoffs. See how other UNC football recruits performed in this week's edition of the Weekend Recruit Scoreboard. (Inside Carolina)

Four-star tight end Chris Clark's top five

Class of 2015 tight end Chris Clark (Avon, CT/Avon Old Farms) de-committed from Michigan on Tuesday, December 2nd. Shortly after, the 6-foot-6 prospect released his top five schools via twitter. The list includes the Wolverines, North Carolina, USC, UCLA, and Texas. Clark took an unofficial visit to North Carolina this past weekend with his family. Clark's mom, who had not been previous visits to Chapel Hill, was part of this most recent trip. (Carolina Blue)

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