UNC Football 2017 Signing Day Updates

National Signing Day live updates for UNC's 2017 football recruiting class as undecided recruits make their final decisions, Letters of Intent roll in, and the newest crop of Tar Heels takes shape.

2017 UNC Football Recruiting Board


10:20 AM - ATH commits to UNC

8:48 AM - All anticipated signings complete.

- WR
Powder Springs, GA (McEachern)
Smith will not sign an LOI on signing day. As previously anticipated, he will delay enrollment until January 2018 ("grayshirt") as he recovers from an ACL tear.

CB Ameer Speed committed to Georgia

Signed LOI to UNC

Hampton, VA (Hampton)

- WR
Georgetown, TX (Georgetown)

- S
Dickson, TN (Dickson County)

Snellville, GA (South Gwinnett)

Sharpsburg, GA (East Coweta)

- OG
Montgomery, AL (Montgomery Catholic Prep)

- RB
Clarksville, TN (Kenwood)

- OT
Barnwell, SC (Barnwell)

- K
Asheville, NC (IMG Academy)

Clearwater, FL (Clearwater Central Catholic)

- OT
Roswell, GA (Roswell)

- K
Lutz, FL (Steinbrenner)

Greenback, TN (Greenback School)

- OT
Huntington, WV (Huntington)

Enrolled at UNC in January

- DT
Wake Forest, NC (Wake Forest)

- DE
Charlotte, NC (South Mecklenburg)

- OG
Mebane, NC (Eastern Alamance)

- CB
Ellenwood, GA (Cedar Grove)

- RB
Navarre, FL (Navarre)

- WR
Waxhaw, NC (Cuthbertson High)

- DT
Durham, NC (Riverside)

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