Jerry Stackhouse's son, Jaye, is a UNC football prospect
Posted Nov 12, 2012
Jaye Stackhouse, a 2015 prospect and son of UNC legend Jerry Stackhouse, just completed his first season as a starting cornerback at North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Ga. Purdue and UNC have already expressed interest in Stackhouse as a football prospect, and he joined a handful of teammates – 2013 safety commitment Donnie Miles, 2013 offensive tackle target DeVondre Seymour, 2014 defensive end target Dante Sawyer and 2014 receiver Nate Brown – in attending the Tar Heels’ 68-50 defeat Saturday to Georgia Tech.
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