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Video: UNC 4-Star QB Commit Bryce Baker Showtime Camp Highlights

With the sped-up recruiting calendar, the Showtime Camp's participants are almost exclusively underclassmen. One of this year's exceptions was 4-star QB . The UNC commit wanted extra work with Chip Lindsey, UNC's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, and Inside Carolina was there to capture the highlights. (View Video)

Zaid Lott’s Right Tackle Gives Insight into UNC’s 2026 Quarterback Commit

Offensive lineman Leo Delaney’s job this season is to protect new UNC quarterback commit . It will be a tad different than doing so for Jadyn Davis, the 5-star quarterback and teammate from last season who is now at Michigan. Lott backed up Davis, so his game remains a bit of a mystery. But not to Delaney. "He’s a phenomenal leader." (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Kendre Harrison shows photos from visit to UNC

Both the North Carolina Tar Heels’ football and basketball programs are in pursuit of dual-sport athlete , hoping to land one of the most talented recruits in the country. The Reidsville, North Carolina native now has an offer from both and after he was on campus for a visit and a 7-on-7 event this past week. (Tar Heels Wire)

Texas Offensive Lineman Byron Nelson Commits to UNC Football

UNC Football picked up its second commitment in as many days Friday when 3-star offensive guard committed to the Tar Heels. Nelson, a 6-foot-3, 280-pounder from Katy (Texas) High, spent last weekend in Chapel Hill for an official visit. During his stay, he received a UNC scholarship offer and didn't attempt to hide his post-visit feelings. (Inside Carolina)

Meet Zaid Lott, the QB who committed to UNC despite starting only 1 high school game

has waited patiently for an opportunity to become Providence Day’s starting quarterback, but the Charlotte native didn’t have to wait nearly as long to make his college commitment. Despite starting just one game while backing up two-time North Carolina Mr. Football Jadyn Davis, Lott became the first commit of UNC’s 2026 class last week. (MSN.com)

Big UNC Football Weekend Results in Flurry of Offers Handed Out

North Carolina’s football program just completed one of its most important weekends of the year by hosting several prospects on official visits and then its annual Showtime camp, which followed with a heavy load of offers being handed out. Sixty-Seven prospects, mostly from the 2026 and 2027 classes, but also including a few from 2025 and 2028 participated. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Safety Julien Horton Flips From Maryland To UNC Football

North Carolina has completed the flip of and added the mid-three-star safety to the Tar Heels' football commitment list on Thursday morning. Horton, a 6-foot, 175-pounder from Bel Air (Md.) High, originally committed to Maryland in late March. He ended that commitment on Sunday -- shortly after concluding his official visit to North Carolina. (Inside Carolina)

Video: IC Football Recruiting Podcast - Recapping UNC's Commitments, Camps, Official Visits

Entering the NCAA recruiting dead period, UNC Football hosted official visits, 7-on-7 camps, and the annual Showtime Camp with an eye on building out the 2025 class and getting a jump on 2026 recruiting. Inside Carolina’s Don Callahan and Tommy Ashley discuss recent commitments, the official visit weekend, Showtime, and more. (View Video)

2026 Charlotte Quarterback Zaid Lott Announces Commitment To UNC

For the second straight summer, North Carolina has secured a quarterback to launch the coming class: announced his commitment to the Tar Heels on Monday. Almost exactly a year ago, UNC picked up a commitment from 4-star quarterback . Now Lott, from Charlotte Providence Day School, is commitment No. 1 for the Tar Heels in 2026. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Football Adds JuCo Charleston French to Running Back Room

JuCo running back has committed to UNC. "It's just [UNC's] culture -- it has a family feel to it," French told Inside Carolina before announcing his decision publicly. "And I feel like they believe in me. I'm just ready to get to work." French, a 5-foot-9, 205-pounder from Fulton (Miss.) Itawamba CC, officially visited UNC this past weekend. (Inside Carolina)
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