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Dyami Brown News & Bio


Name:Dyami Brown
Hometown:Charlotte, NC
High School:West Mecklenburg
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Height/Weight:6-1, 185
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football

Video: Tar Heels Discuss New Schemes, Football Culture & More
North Carolina’s football team is on spring break this week, as is the rest of the university, so there are no practices to cover. But...

UNC wide receivers Dazz Newsome, Dyami Brown look to become leaders
When Anthony Ratliff-Williams declared for the NFL Draft in December, he left North Carolina’s No. 1 wide receiver spot up for grabs. Through one week...

Dazz Newsome Emerging as All-Purpose Talent
Entering the season, North Carolina’s various offensive weapons served as talking points, ranging from running backs Michael Carter and Antonio Williams to wide receivers Anthony...

UNC Player to Watch vs. Cal: WR Dyami Brown
"My player to watch is freshman wide receiver Dyami Brown, because using him as a vertical threat will open up the UNC offense," Taylor Vippolis...

Freshman Standouts at UNC Football Training Camp
Almost every North Carolina player and coach we asked has mentioned Tre Morrison as one of the main freshmen standing out. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound cornerback...

Fedora On Attitude, Offensive Line, Young WRs, Backup QB & More
North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora was in good spirits Thursday following the Tar Heels' sixth practice of preseason camp. Fedora spoke with the media...

Misery of UNC's 2017 Offense Now in Rear-View Mirror
North Carolina has gotten injured receivers Toe Groves and Thomas Jackson back. Anthony Ratliff-Williams has added a year's maturity. Newcomers Dyami Brown and Antoine Green...

Sizing up the Tar Heels’ running back recruiting board
4-star running back Khafre Brown of West Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC) might be the biggest North Carolina lock in the Class of 2019...

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...


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