UNC Football Recruiting

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Four-Star Safety Ja'Qurious Conley Commits To UNC

North Carolina outlasted Duke, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech to score a commitment from four-star safety on Thursday. Conley, a 6-foot-2, 190-pounder from Jacksonville (N.C.) Northside High, is the fourth in-state four-star prospect to pledge to the Heels (and seventh overall). "Honestly, [it was] the energy, the vibes from ." (Inside Carolina)

4-star defensive lineman Tonka Hemingway commits to South Carolina

South Carolina's pursuit of defensive lineman came to a close Thursday with the Conway (S.C.) standout committing to the Gamecocks. The 6-foot-2, 260-pounder chose South Carolina over Duke, Georgia, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Maryland, and West Virginia. Hemingway had officially visited UNC, his perceived No. 2 school. (

State of recruiting, 2020: How Mack Brown has changed the game

The big surprise is that UNC's number of offers to North Carolina in-state football recruits hasn’t skyrocketed under . In fact, they’re down from last year. So, if he’s not making more offers in the state or in hotbeds like Florida, where is Brown sending all of his offers? The answer, surprisingly, is that he’s not. He’s simply winning the recruiting battles. (North State Journal)

Video: LaMareon James Showtime Camp Clips

UNC commitment expectedly spent much of the Showtime Camp with the defensive back group. But, he moonlighted at wide receiver during a couple of one-on-one reps. James, a 5-foot-10, 170-pound athlete from Chesapeake (Va.) Indian River, pledged to the Heels in March. James played slot receiver, running back, and cornerback last fall. (Inside Carolina)

Football recruits Ja’Qurious Conley, Tonka Hemingway set to announce college decisions

Conway lineman said last week he will announce at 3:30 on Aug. 15. Sunday afternoon Jacksonville, North Carolina safety Ja’Qurious Conley said he is moving his announcement from Aug. 23 to the 15th. He has set the time for between 2:30 and 3 p.m. South Carolina and North Carolina are the top two with Conley. He visited UNC in July. (The State)

UNC football commitment Jacolby Criswell soaring up recruiting rankings

A class of 2020 UNC football commit is on the rise, soaring up recruiting boards and into 4-star status. , a former 3-star recruit ranked No. 371 in the country, jumped up 71 spots in the latest 247Sports Composite rankings to No. 300. In doing so, he became the Tar Heels’ fifth 4-star player in the class, which is now ranked No. 15 in the nation. (Keeping It Heel)

Video: Ray Grier Showtime Camp Clips

During the Showtime Camp, UNC commitment was noticeably raw. But, his physical gifts were obvious. Grier, a 6-foot-2, 204-pound wide receiver from Belmont (N.C.) South Point, has been committed to UNC since early February. Grier led South Point High in receiving (27 catches for 541 yards and seven touchdowns) in 2018. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Jacolby Criswell Showtime Camp Clips

North Carolina commit was one of the standouts of the first annual Showtime Camp. Criswell, a 6-foot-1, 218-pound quarterback from Morrilton (Ark.) High, pledged to UNC a month ago. Due to an LCL injury, Criswell only played five games his junior season. He still led Morrilton in passing. He completed 62 percent of his passes. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Desmond Evans Showtime Camp Clips

Unshockingly, five-star defensive end was among the Showtime Camp's standouts. Two months ago, Evans, a 6-foot-6, 238-pounder from Sanford (N.C.) Lee County High, released a top 10 schools list consisting of Alabama, Clemson, Duke, Florida, UNC, NC State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech. (Inside Carolina)

Podcast: Kedrick Bingley-Jones Commitment, UNC Football Recruiting Recap

Don Callahan and Ross Martin of Inside Carolina discuss the impact and importance of four-star defensive end ' commitment to North Carolina for the 2020 class before diving into a recap of UNC's BBQ event, running back 's commitment, the de-commitment of , and an update on five-star defensive end Des Evans. (Player FM)
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