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Avery Jones News & Bio


Name:Avery Jones
Hometown:Havelock, NC
High School:Havelock
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Height/Weight:6-4, 305
Position:Offensive Line
Notes:Football

UNC football recruiting: Attention turns to top in-state talent for 2019
In the Class of 2018, the Tar Heels landed six in-state prospects, including four of the state’s top 16 players. That list included 4-star receivers...

NC football coaches make landing in-state recruits a priority
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...

UNC Football Signees Jordyn Adams, Avery Jones Make Top247
UNC signee Jordyn Adams is the No. 14 overall player in the final Top247 released Thursday. Adams, a 6-2, 175-pound big-play wide receiver, is expected...

Signee 101: Get to know North Carolina guard Avery Jones
The Tar Heels class contains several high-profile recruits , including three 4-star players from the state of North Carolina. One of those is offensive guard...

5 UNC football commits help North Carolina to Shrine Bowl win
The Tar Heels had a heavy presence on the North Carolina Shrine Bowl team: 4-star receiver Jordyn Adams, 4-star athlete Dyami Brown, 4-star tackle Avery...

Weekend UNC Football Recruit Scoreboard
Shelby linebacker Dax Hollifield had three tackles, a tackle for loss, a sack, and a caused fumble in a 49-20 win over Newton-Conover. Havelock...

UNC Places Five Football Recruits in Shrine Bowl
All five of UNC's in-state verbal commitments will represent the Tar Heels in the 81st annual Shrine Bowl. UNC pledges Jordyn Adams, Dyami Brown, Avery...

The Carolinas Top 50 high school football recruits: The best players from two states
3. Dax Hollifield, Shelby, LB, 6-2, 235, UNC target; 4. Payton Wilson, Hillsborough Orange, OLB, 6-4, 225, UNC commit; 5. Jordyn Adams, Cary Green Hope,...

Virginia Defensive End Chris Collins Commits to UNC
Chris Collins selected North Carolina over fellow finalists Louisville, Pittsburgh, and Tennessee, during a ceremony at Benedictine School on Monday. Collins, a 6-foot-5, 215-pound defensive...

UNC's top needs in the 2018 football recruiting class
The Tar Heels will have a new quarterback this season and once it’s over they’re going to lose four offensive linemen. They already have a...


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