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4-star WR Jordyn Adams sets announcement date

4-star 2018 wide receiver Jordyn Adams from Cary, N.C. (Green Hope HS) will announce his college decision between North Carolina and Clemson on July 3 according to his Twitter account. Most recruiting pundits have him picking his in-state Tar Heels despite multiple visits to Tigertown. Both school's spread offenses fit Adams' skillset with making big plays in the open field. (TigerNet)

Florida OL Ethan White Had Blast At Freak Show

Ethan White had a full day this past Saturday. A native of Clearwater, FL, White was in the Research Triangle checking out Duke in the morning and UNC in the afternoon and later at night for the Freak Show, which he was a participant. A 6-5, 315-pound offensive tackle in the class of 2019, White has offers from UNC, Duke, Louisville, Purdue and Iowa State among others. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Video: UNC QB Commit Tyler Shough Interview

On this edition of the Rockin’ Refuel Recruiting Roundup, Jordan Hamm is joined by Hamilton quarterback and recent North Carolina commit Tyler Shough. The newly-committed quarterback talks about his commitment and getting to attend The Opening later this month. View Video...

Jace Ruder ready to be a Tar Heel

Jace Ruder closed his recruitment once again Monday with the push of a button. Norton’s dual-threat quarterback tweeted his decision to verbally commit to the UNC football program just before boarding a plane home. While he was up in the air, the decision of one of the nation’s fastest rising quarterbacks in 2018 spread throughout college football circles online. (Hays Daily News)

A post ‘Freak Show’ look at UNC's 2018 football recruiting class

With the Freak Show out of the way, the Tar Heels go into the summer with some big needs filled— and plenty of big fish left to land. Quarterback and defensive back are all but shored up, and the talented players remaining listing UNC high on their list are numerous. Let’s look at how this class may shake out, which is currently comprised of four 4-stars and six 3-stars. (Tar Heel Blog)

Shutdown CB Jayden Curry Commits to UNC's 2019 Class

UNC's second 2019 commitment is on the board. Jayden Curry announced his commitment on Tuesday, three days after attending the Freak Show event in Chapel Hill. Curry, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound cornerback from Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside, was offered by UNC in May and chose the Tar Heels over offers from Maryland, NC State, Syracuse and Virginia Tech. (Inside Carolina)

Video: UNC QB commit Tyler Shough at Elite 11 Pro Day

On day two of the Elite 11 workouts in May, the quarterbacks were put through a Pro Day simulation, which consisted of 20-25 throws, as they marched down the field from one end zone to the other. 247Sports brings you footage of Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton four-star quarterback Tyler Shough, who recently committed to UNC. (Carolina Blue)

2018 QB Jace Ruder Commits to UNC

Following visits to Florida State, Georgia, and North Carolina, Jace Ruder decided to verbally commit to the Tar Heels. He pulled the trigger on Monday, two days after participating in Larry Fedora’s Freak Show. Ruder, a 6-foot-3, 195-pounder from Norton (Kan.), is the second quarterback to commit to the Tar Heels. Tyler Shough verbally committed earlier this week. (Inside Carolina)

Four commitments highlight big recruiting week for UNC Football

UNC's June camp season is over. While one prospect camp remains in July, the large portion of UNC's summer football recruitment schedule is over. The dead period starts Monday, June 26, but the Tar Heels took advantage last week. UNC landed a key quarterback commit on Thursday and followed up with three defensive back commits Saturday, the day of the UNC's Freak Show camp. (Carolina Blue)

Watch No. 1 RB recruit Zamir White throw down dunks at North Carolina

Zamir White, the No. 1 running back recruit in the Class of 2018 and among the top 10 overall, is spending the weekend with a return visit to in-site North Carolina. White was among the elite recruits from 2018, 2019 and 2020 who were invited to the annual “Freak Show” event, usually reserved for the program’s top targets. (USA Today)

UNC adds commitment from 2019 DE Hakeem Beamon

North Carolina has their first commit of the 2019 class in the form of defensive end Hakeem Beamon (Chesterfield, Va/Lloyd C. Bird). The 6-3, 251-pound prospect announced his commitment via twitter on Sunday. Beamon participated in the Freak Show on Saturday night where he demonstrated high levle explosive combined with great length and a lot of natural ability. (Carolina Blue)

UNC Among Standouts for 5-Star QB Justin Fields

Five-star quarterback Justin Fields has had a busy June. He started it off with a decommitment from Penn State. He then visited Georgia, Auburn and Florida State. After those visits, he rejoined his 7on7 team for the IMG National Championship. Who are the teams in his top group? “Georgia, Florida State, Florida, Auburn, North Carolina, Ole Miss and Alabama a little bit.” (247 Sports)

Javon Terry UNC Football Commitment Q&A: 'It Felt Like Family'

Following the conclusion of Fedora's Freak Show on Saturday night, Javon Terry gave the Tar Heels his commitment. He then discussed his decision with Inside Carolina. Did you anticipate making this commitment tonight? Terry: Yeah. When I first came here, I liked it. When I first came here it was like a family, everyone buys in, I was feeling it. I love it. (Inside Carolina)

2018 Safety Javon Terry Commits to North Carolina

When the Freak Show concluded Saturday night, Javon Terry was ready to make his decision. The Wake Forest (N.C.) High safety gave UNC coach Larry Fedora his commitment at the conclusion of the event. Terry chose the Tar Heels over N.C. State, Wake Forest and East Carolina. During the 2016 season, Terry rotated throughout Wake Forest High's secondary. (Inside Carolina)

2018 CB Trey Morrison commits to UNC

Trey Morrison verbally committed to UNC before Saturday’s Fedora’s Freak Show in Chapel Hill. Morrison, a 5-foot-10, 184-pound cornerback from Norcross, Ga., selected the Tar Heels over Cincinnati, Louisville, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. He is the second cornerback commitment in the 2018 class for UNC, joining Florida standout DeAndre Hollins. (Inside Carolina)

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Top UNC Football Recruits
RecruitClassRating
C.J. Cotman2017 ATH
Xach Gill2017 DT
Jake Lawler2017 DE
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Tre' Shaw2017 CB
Dyami Brown2018 ATH
Avery Jones2018 OT
Tyler Shough2018 QB
Payton Wilson2018 OLB
Brian Anderson2017 OG

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