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UNC 21st nationally in football recruiting spending


The cost of recruiting elite college football players is skyrocketing, and North Carolina is making the investment. According to USA Today, UNC's budget has increased 82.6 percent from 2013-2018, spending $984,871 on recruiting in the 2018 fiscal year. Ranked 21st among public schools, the Tar Heels were between Oregon and Ohio State in the rankings. (Heels Maven)

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Recent Football Recruiting News:

Podcast: Gavin Blackwell Commitment & Tim Brewster's Exit
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4-Star DB Gabe Stephens Commits To UNC
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Audio: Mack Brown on the David Glenn Show
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