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JuCo DE Ray Vohasek Commits to UNC

said, he would not commit during an official visit. The JuCo recruit stuck to those words when he allowed his North Carolina official visit experience to marinate before committing from his home Tuesday. Vohasek, a 6-foot-4, 255-pound defensive lineman from the College of DuPage (IL), selected UNC over Kansas and has three years of eligibility remaining. (Inside Carolina)

Ga. OL Ty Murray Switches Commitment to UNC

2019 3-star offensive lineman de-committed from Louisville and committed to North Carolina on Sunday. The center recruit officially visited Chapel Hill this weekend. During his high school career at Carrollton High, Murray has played all five offensive line positions. This past season, though, he settled in at center, which is exactly where UNC projects him to play. (Inside Carolina)

Podcast: State of UNC Football Recruiting - Official Visit Weekend, Roseman-Sinclair Commitment

This weekend, the UNC football coaching staff hosted many of their top remaining recruiting targets for 2019, while also getting visits from a small group of elite 2020 and 2021 players. This was probably the last large-scale recruiting event before National Signing Day, so Inside Carolina recruiting expert Don Callahan has been monitoring the situation extremely closely. (Spreaker)

UNC Football set to host big recruiting weekend

With National Signing Day under a month away, the no contact period is over and the Tar Heels are holding a big weekend with football recruits visiting. Recruits from both the 2019 and 2020 classes will be on campus this weekend as UNC hopes to make a lasting impression and improve their chances. Here is the list of 2019 recruits that will be on campus this weekend: (Keeping It Heel)

Four-star 2020 Safety Cameron Roseman-Sinclair Commits to UNC

Four-star safety gave North Carolina its second verbal commitment of the 2020 class on Tuesday evening. Roseman-Sinclair selected UNC over scholarship offers from Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia. For much of his recruitment, though, it was an ACC Coastal Division battle between UNC and VT. (Inside Carolina)

Three UNC Football Signees Named to North Carolina AP All-State Team

North Carolina quarterback signee headlines the N.C. Associated Press All-State team. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound quarterback was named the offensive player of the year in the state of North Carolina. Offensive tackle and wide receiver are the two other UNC signees on the AP All-State team. Simmons was selected as a returner. (Inside Carolina)

Podcast: State of UNC Football Recruiting - New Year's Scoop & Sam Howell Discussion

Recent UNC quarterback signee has been at the 2019 All-American Game this past week where his play has drawn many positive comments from the national recruiting media. Don Callahan of Inside Carolina joins host Jon Seiglie to discuss the latest news in UNC football recruiting, and the two are joined by a special guest to review Howell’s performance. (Spreaker)

UNC QB signee Sam Howell shows off legs in All-American TD scramble

North Carolina football fans got a taste of the future Saturday when quarterback signee turned on the jets at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Howell, after keeping the ball on a read-option snap, shook multiple defenders during a 24-yard scamper to the end zone. Howell was one of the gems of the early signing period for new UNC coach . (247 Sports)

UNC QB Signee Sam Howell Named AP North Carolina Prep Offensive Player of the Year

The Associated Press named UNC quarterback commit (Indian Trail Sun Valley) as its 2018 North Carolina Prep Offensive Player of the Year on Friday. Howell, who recently flipped his commitment from Florida State to UNC on National Signing Day, threw for 3,240 yards and 36 touchdowns this past season–while also running for 1,392 yards and 17 touchdowns. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC QB commitment Sam Howell to play in All-American Bowl

The 19th annual All-American Bowl will kick off Saturday, Jan. 5, from the Alamodome. Formerly the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the game — regarded as the marquee event of the college football recruiting calendar — has featured past recruits such as Vince Young, Adrian Peterson, Ezekiel Elliott, Odell Beckham Jr. and more. 2019 UNC QB commitment will participate. (247 Sports)

UNC, Mack Brown walking the walk on in-state football recruiting

Every coach talks the talk about winning in his own back yard on the football recruiting trail, and so far, and his staff are walking the walk, signing nine in-state players on Dec. 20. “I’ve probably heard more from them than I’ve heard in the last couple of years, so I’m very excited,” said Coach Todd Willert of East Forsyth. “It’s been refreshing to have UNC around.” (Greensboro News & Record)

Top247 QB Sam Howell says Mack Brown is "awesome"

Quarterback felt the excitement on North Carolina’s campus the week before the Early Signing Period. The buzz regarding ’s arrival sent electricity through Chapel Hill. “I love all those guys on the new coaching staff,” Howell said after All-American Bowl practice on Wednesday, where he'll play Saturday in a nationally televised game on NBC at 1 p.m. (ET). (247 Sports)
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Khafre Brown2019 WR
Sam Howell2019 QB
Brant Lawless2019 DT
Cameron Roseman-Sinclair2020 S
Giovanni Biggers2019 S
Storm Duck2019 CB
Obi Egbuna2019 CB
Tomari Fox2019 DE
Josh Henderson2019 RB
Kevin Hester2019 DE
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