Menu

UNC Football Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Football Recruiting.

Morehead-Cain Scholar Christopher Holliday Earns Walk-On Spot With UNC Football Team

Incoming Morehead-Cain scholar Christopher Holliday announced Tuesday his intentions to attend North Carolina, while also revealing he has earned a preferred walk-on spot with coach and the Tar Heel football team. Holliday, son of former UNC receiver , will graduate in June with a perfect GPA and a perfect score of 36 on the ACT. (Chapelboro.com)

Podcast: Football recruiting updates on RaRa Dillworth, DeAndre Boykins & Will Shipley

Football recruiting analyst Don Callahan and Ross Martin of Inside Carolina discuss the complex and developing recruitment of four-star in-state linebacker , the game and position of athlete , and an update and insight into five-star running back . Read More...

Ranking The Contenders For 5-Star Defensive Tackle Payton Page

Five-star defensive tackle Payton Page has a top 5 of North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Clemson, and LSU , but his list of serious contenders is shorter than that. Page wants to commit before his senior season, and he's excited about the opportunity to play early in Chapel Hill. Page is just as close, if not closer, with the players at UNC than at Clemson. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Quietly Picking Up Steam With RB Will Shipley

Notre Dame and Clemson have been considered the top two contenders for , the top-ranked running back in North Carolina and the No. 1 all-purpose back in the Rivals250. But the Tar Heels have been quietly picking up steam. North Carolina commits and have Shipley’s ear and they are making some progress. (Rivals.com)

How the coronavirus pandemic changes the football recruiting game

at UNC has a ton of momentum, a blow-out bowl win, a good young quarterback, and it’s a banner recruiting year in the state of North Carolina. You already know your backyard and you’ve got the jump on out-of-state poachers. You’re ranked No. 4 in the team recruiting rankings and 10 of your 11 commits are from North Carolina. (247 Sports)

How Is COVID-19 Affecting UNC Football Recruiting?

Many of UNC's top football recruits have already been to Chapel Hill and established relationships with the coaches, so players are still committing. In March, UNC has received six commitments and the class of 2021 is now 11 deep. Ten commits are from North Carolina, including and . The class is ranked No. 4 in the nation. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Football Recruiting in a Good Spot Despite Coronavirus Impact

“I thought what an awful time for this and how selfish of me to think." UNC football coach said Monday. "We had so much momentum going in recruiting and we don't need to slow down now. And we've got all these new facilities and wanted to show them to recruits." But in reality, UNC is sitting pretty with 11 commits in the 2021 class. (Inside Carolina)

Audio: Mack Brown Discusses UNC Football's Great Recruiting Class

North Carolina football coach joined WFNZ's the Mac Attack on Monday to discuss the Tar Heels' great 2021 recruiting class, plus much more. Read More...

Tar Heels offer 4-star 2022 wide receiver Tychaun Chapman

extended a scholarship offer to four-star wide receiver Tychaun Chapman on Saturday. The Virginia Beach native is rated a four-star recruit and the No. 97 overall prospect in 247 Sports’ rankings. He’s the No. 15 wide receiver and No. 4 player in Virginia, an area Brown and the UNC coaching staff have targeted more heavily since he returned. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC QB Commit Drake Maye Averages a Double-Double in Basketball

North Carolina quarterback commit doesn't just excel on the football field, he is an outstanding basketball player and was a key part of Myers Park High School's 2019-20 team. Maye averaged 16.1 points and 11.3 rebounds for the Mustangs. Myers Park finished with an 18-9 overall record before falling to Page High School in the 4A playoffs. (Inside Carolina)
Next >

Top Football Recruits
Football Recruiting Board
ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
Virginia6-39-5
Virginia Tech5-38-5
Pittsburgh4-48-5
North Carolina4-47-6
Miami4-46-7
Duke3-55-7
Georgia Tech2-63-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(2) Clemson9-014-1
Louisville5-38-5
Wake Forest4-48-5
Florida State4-46-7
Boston College4-46-7
Syracuse2-65-7
NC State1-74-8

© 2005-2020 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.