2018 LB Matthew Flint officially parts ways with Tennessee, is leaning toward UNC
Posted Jan 15, 2018
Three-star senior linebacker Matthew Flint of Madison County High School in Gurley, Ala., told 247Sports' Don Callahan on Sunday that he's no longer committed to Tennessee. The 6-foot, 213-pound Flint, who had been committed to the Vols since Aug. 2, confirmed after his official visit to North Carolina this weekend that he has parted ways with the Vols and he is leaning toward the Tar Heels.
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