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Video: UNC Long Snapper Commit Drew Little Interview

A recent interview with North Stanly High School (NC) Class of 2019 long snapper Drew Little at a Chris Rubio camp held at the Las Vegas Indoor Soccer Sports Park. Little is a verbal commitment to University of North Carolina. Read More...

Jordyn Adams Listed as No. 32 Overall Pick in 2018 MLB Mock Draft

Usually when the Major League Baseball Draft is two weeks away, teams have some idea what the first round will look like. That hasn't really been the case this spring. 32. Tampa Bay Rays: Jordyn Adams, OF, Green Hope HS (NC) - The Rays can use their multiple picks to find a way to sign Adams, a two-sport standout who could keep playing football in college. (MLB.com)

Ohio State QB transfer Joe Burrow to visit UNC; decision coming soon

Since Joe Burrow announced his intention to transfer from Ohio State on May 8, the college football world has been awaiting a decision on where the quarterback will land. According to Sean Callahan of Husker Online, Burrow will visit North Carolina this week and an announcement could come as soon as the end of the week. Last week, Burrow visited Cincinnati and LSU. (247 Sports)

Podcast: UNC Football Recruiting - 2019, 2020, & Beyond

Don Callahan and Brian Dohn from 247 Sports join host Jonathan Seiglie to talk about a variety of North Carolina football recruiting topics. They discuss UNC’s most recent addition to the 2019 football recruiting class in three-star safety Giovanni Biggers and several other recruits in the 2019 at 2020 classes that Carolina fans should be keeping an eye on. (Audioboom)

Podcast: The Different "Vibe" of UNC's 2019 Football Recruiting Class

Inside Carolina's Don Callahan and Jon Seiglie are joined by Buck Sanders to take a broad look at North Carolina's 2019 football recruiting class. The trio discuss how the “vibe” to the class feels different than previous years, and what the reasons for those differences might be. (Audioboom)

2019 four-star athlete J.R. Walker has 3 Triangle schools in his top 5

One of the top football players in North Carolina released his top five schools Wednesday, and a trio of in-state ACC schools are in the running. Class of 2019 four-star position-less player J.R. Walker (6-1, 205 pounds) out of Elizabeth City Northeastern, tweeted his list Wednesday morning, and it included Duke, N.C. State, UNC, South Carolina and Virginia Tech. (Durham Herald-Sun)

Jordyn Adams and the MLB Draft

There's speculation that UNC football commit Jordyn Adams could opt to play pro baseball instead of coming to Chapel Hill. While UNC fans would love to have Adams for at least the next three years, there aren’t many people who have this great opportunity. This is a case where there is no wrong answer, and fans should support whichever way Adams decides to go. (Tar Heel Blog)

2019 Safety Giovanni Biggers Commits to UNC

Giovanni Biggers got strong vibes when he visited several schools, but they usually came only from the coaches and players in the football program. North Carolina was different for the safety from Baltimore (Md.) Boys' Latin because his strong feelings for the school extended well beyond athletics, and that was the impetus for his Wednesday commitment to the Tar Heels. (Inside Carolina)

Podcast: UNC Football Recruiting Developments, Coleman Reich Interview

Inside Carolina's recruiting expert Don Callahan talks about some recent developments in North Carolina's 2019 football recruiting class, and then 2019 Tar Heel commit Coleman Reich calls in to speak about his recruitment, how his spring sports are going, and his expectations for when he arrives in Chapel Hill. (Audioboom)

Checking In with Jordyn Adams

Right now Jordyn Adams is a UNC football and baseball signee. He's a five-star wide receiver and a star center fielder for Green Hope High School. He is also an elite major league baseball prospect who is likely to be selected in the first three rounds of the MLB Draft. It wasn't hard to see his tools on Tuesday afternoon playing against Panther Creek High School. (Inside Carolina)

UNC football commit Coleman Reich enjoys double duty day

Coleman Reich turned in a dominating performance in the sprints at the Davidson County track championships - sweeping the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes and anchoring the Panthers’ winning 4x100 and 4x200 relays. Then he drove 22 miles back to Ledford, put on his baseball uniform and arrived in the Panthers’ dugout midway through the game. (Lexington Dispatch)

Deep Snapper Drew Little Flips Commitment from NC State to UNC

The latest in a long line of visits to Chapel Hill has compelled Drew Little to switch his commitment to North Carolina from NC State. "It's been a dream school of mine since I was a kid," Little said. Little, one of the nation's best long snappers, originally committed to NC State last July. According to long-snapping guru Chris Rubio, Little is the nation's third-best long snapper. (Inside Carolina)

Podcast: New Running Back Walk-on Commit, Curry's Decommitment, Charlotte Nike Camp

Inside Carolina's football recruiting expert Don Callahan gives his report from viewing Saturday's Nike Camp in Charlotte. Don then discusses North Carolina's new walk-on running back commitment, British Brooks, as well as Jayden Curry's decommitment from the Tar Heels. (Audioboom)

Two Sports, One Decision For Jordyn Adams

A two-sport athlete committed to North Carolina to play both baseball and football, Jordyn Adams became significantly less likely to reach Chapel Hill in the fall after hitting .286/.412/.500 with a tournament-best five stolen bases across four games at USA Baseball’s National Training Complex. Adams also plays wide receiver for Cary's Green Hope high school. (Baseball America)

2018 running back British Brooks signs with UNC

Ashbrook running back British Brooks signed a scholarship offer from North Carolina on Thursday. Brooks, a 5-foot-10, 190-pounder who was a WSOC Big 22 player last season, had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons for the Green Wave. Brooks rushed for 1,411 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2016 and 1,423 yards and 15 touchdowns this past fall. (Gaston Gazette)

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Top UNC Football Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Jordyn Adams2018 WR
William Barnes2018 OL
Dyami Brown2018 WR
Antoine Green2018 WR
Avery Jones2018 OT
Jace Ruder2018 QB
Chris Collins2018 DE
Joshua Ezeudu2018 OL
Matthew Flint2018 LB
Cade Fortin2018 QB

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