NC football coaches make landing in-state recruits a priority
Posted Feb 14, 2018
North Carolina coach Larry Fedora’s local haul included No. 2-rated wide receiver Jordyn Adams of Green Hope, the son of Tar Heels defensive line coach Deke Adams; No. 9 Avery Jones, an offensive guard from Havelock; and a a pair of top 25 recruits — “athlete” Dyami Brown of West Mecklenburg (No. 13) and running back Devon Lawrence of Wake Forest (No. 22).
(North State Journal)
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