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Name:Jordon Brown
Hometown:Durham, NC
High School:Southern
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Height/Weight:5-11, 200
Position:Running Back
Notes:Football
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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...

How UNC’s running back trio compares to past groups
In late July, North Carolina announced that Antonio Williams, the transfer running back from Ohio State, would be eligible in 2018. With Williams eligible, the...

Breaking down the ACC football preseason ballot: Coastal Division
What Larry Fedora has done quite well in his time at North Carolina is move the football. If the Tar Heels are to produce yards...

Jordon Brown's Quiet Strength
During Larry Fedora tenure at North Carolina, his offenses have been highlighted by players whose boisterous personalities almost equal their output on the field. That...

Signee 101: Get to know 3-star North Carolina RB Javonte Williams
The Tar Heels have a very young backfield with sophomore Jordon Brown and freshman Michael Carter finishing the 2017 season as the top two rushers...

Larry Fedora Live: Tailback Duo Offering Future Promise
The competition between UNC running backs Jordon Brown and Michael Carter could have been dangerous if one of them didn’t handle it correctly. Both players...

Video: UNC Players Post-Pitt Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina ended a six-game losing streak with a 34-31 win over Pittsburgh on Thursday night at Heinz Field, which also ended a one-year, four-day...

The hope for UNC football in 2018
There is optimism that things will improve for UNC next fall based on the fact that UNC will return a more experienced Chazz Surratt, as...

Extra Points: Energy
Despite the energy and rebound from the misery in Blacksburg, the themes of 2017 were front and center. "There were a lot of good things...

UNC Comes Up Short Against No. 8 Miami
With 2:20 to play, North Carolina was 37 yards away from taking the lead over No. 8 Miami and potentially claiming its first win over...


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