UNC Baseball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Baseball Recruiting.

Cade Cunningham Blog: Cutting list to 10

: "My final 10 are Texas, Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky, Kansas, Washington, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Florida and Virginia. told me that he’s had more Bob Cousy Award winners than any other school. That really stuck with me. He told me he wants me to be the next great point guard to come to North Carolina and win the award under him." (USA Today)

Freshman Pitcher Matthew Matthijs Commits to UNC Baseball

D.H. Conley freshman Matthew Matthijs has yet to play a baseball game for the Vikings, but he’s already decided where he will play college baseball. The former standout pitcher for the Greenville Little League North State team best known for its trip to the Little League World Series in 2017 has made a verbal commitment to sign with UNC following his senior season in 2021. (Greenville Daily Reflector)

Terry Sanford High School pitcher Davidjohn Herz signs with UNC Baseball

pitcher Davidjohn Herz signed with UNC on Wednesday. Herz, the Bulldogs’ left-handed ace, was named the region’s top baseball player at the Observer’s Best of 910Preps banquet in June. He pitched 65 2/3 innings for the Bulldogs, striking out 105 batters and tallying a 0.53 ERA. He had six games with 10 strikeouts or more, including 17 against Cape Fear. (Fayetteville Observer)

Rocky Mount Academy's Will Stewart signs with UNC baseball

Rocky Mount Academy senior Will Stewart signed a national letter of intent a couple weeks ago to play baseball at the University of North Carolina, yet Stewart made the decision final while on a mission trip in the Dominican Republic. Stewart, a catcher and third baseman, guided an RMA team that finished 14-4 and was stopped one game away from a state championship game berth. (Rocky Mount Telegram)

Jordyn Adams Named 2017-18 MaxPreps Male High School Athlete of the Year

In 46 years of leading high school football teams, David Green said he's never coached for or against an athlete as amazing as . And yet, it's Adams second best sport. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound former University of North Carolina football and baseball signee was the 17th pick of the MLB Draft earlier this month and last week reportedly signed for $4.1 million. (Max Preps)

Former UNC Signee Jordyn Adams Inks $4.1 Million Deal With Angels

Former North Carolina wide receiver and baseball signee has signed a $4.1 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels. Adams was drafted No. 17 overall by the Angels and opted to enter the professional baseball ranks rather than enroll at UNC to play football and baseball. The slot value of the pick was $3,472,900. Adams signed with the Angels on Tuesday. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Draft Day Behind the Scenes with Angels First Round Pick Jordyn Adams

Follow former North Carolina football and baseball commit around as he goes through 2018 Major League Baseball draft day and winds up being selected 17th overall by the Los Angeles Angels. Read More...

Angels first round pick Jordyn Adams will sign, forgo college commitment

, the 6-foot-2, 175 pounds two-sport star, has come to an agreement with Los Angels Angels organization and is finding time to fly to Los Angeles to make the deal official. Adams admitted that while he enjoys football, it was clear he had to put it aside in order to pursue his life-long sport. Adams had committed to play football and baseball at North Carolina. (FOX Sports)

Jordyn Adams Selected in First Round of MLB Draft

North Carolina signee was selected in the first round (17 overall) of the MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels on Monday, which could end his Tar Heel football career before it begins. Adams, 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver from Cary (N.C.) Green Hope High, and his family now must choose between enrolling at UNC or playing for the Angels. (Inside Carolina)

Final MLB Mock Draft: Does Jordyn Adams go in 1st round tonight?

The MLB Draft begins Monday at 7 p.m. There will be 78 picks made today, the first 43 of those broadcast live on MLB Network. Prediction - 15. Texas Rangers: , OF, Green Hope HS (Cary, N.C.) -- Texas always loves high-ceiling high schoolers, and Adams has one of the highest in the Draft. Adams has committed to play football and baseball at UNC. (
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