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Dazz Newsome News & Bio


Name:Dazz Newsome
Hometown:Hampton, VA
High School:Hampton
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Height/Weight:5-11, 190
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football

UNC Ranked No. 14 In Pro Football Focus Way-Too-Early Top 25
14. North Carolina - Sam Howell displayed an outrageous, rocket-launcher arm as a freshman in 2019. He had the second most 20-plus yard touchdowns in...

UNC Football Ranked No. 22 In Athlon Sports' Way-Too-Early Top 25
22. North Carolina: With quarterback Sam Howell (3,641 yards and 38 TDs) in his second year on campus, Mack Brown’s team should be in the...

UNC Football: Two Huge Pieces Coming Back
Two of North Carolina football's underclassmen, specifically, were candidates to forgo their final year at Carolina: wide receiver Dazz Newsome and linebacker Chazz Surratt. Newsome...

Extra Points: And for our next act...
The Tar Heels started one senior on offense, three on defense in the Military Bowl. They get a half dozen secondary players back into the...

UNC Football Expected to Have 10 Offensive Starters Back for 2020
Minutes after North Carolina finished its offensive exhibition in Friday’s Military Bowl destruction of Temple, the focus became the future. Dazz Newsome shook his head...

Three's Company In UNC's 1,000-Yard Club
While UNC sophomore running back Javonte Williams fell a bit short of the 1,000-yard mark, finishing the season with 933 yards, junior running back Michael...

Talented Skill Players Create Exciting Outlook for UNC Offense
From an offensive skill standpoint, the future is undeniably very bright for North Carolina Football. "It is getting dangerous," Mack Brown said Friday about the...

Video: UNC's Dazz Newsome Hauls In Amazing TD Reception vs. Temple
Check out North Carolina wide receiver Dazz Newsome concentrate and haul in an amazing 16-yard touchdown reception from Sam Howell against Temple in Friday's 55-13...

Brown, Newsome, and Carter join UNC football's thousand-yard club in Military Bowl win
Ask North Carolina running back Michael Carter or receivers Dyami Brown and Dazz Newsome about their individual accomplishments in the Military Bowl on Friday, and...

Video: UNC Football Players Post-Military Bowl Interviews
North Carolina finished their 2019 football season with an impressive 55-13 win over Temple in the Military Bowl held at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on...


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