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Podcast: Gavin Blackwell Commitment & Tim Brewster's Exit

Football recruiting analyst Don Callahan and host Ross Martin of Inside Carolina discuss the commitments of 2021 four-star in-state recruits and to UNC before diving into 2021 class momentum and what to expect next. The podcast closes with a look at the impact of tight ends coach Tim Brewster leaving UNC for Florida. Read More...

Four-Star WR Gavin Blackwell Commits to North Carolina

kept the four-star, in-state train rolling for on Monday afternoon by committing to North Carolina. Duke, Florida, LSU, NC State, Ohio State, Penn State, and Tennessee are some of the other schools that had offered and were serious contenders for Blackwell, a 5-foot-11, 170-pounder from Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley High. (Inside Carolina)

4-Star DB Gabe Stephens Commits To UNC

, a 4-star class of 2021 cornerback who attends Mountain Island Charter in Mt. Holly, NC, has committed to play football at North Carolina, he announced on Friday. Stephens, who is 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds, has also been offered by Penn State, Florida, Auburn, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, and Louisville, among numerous others. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Audio: Mack Brown on the David Glenn Show

On college football's National Signing Day 2020, North Carolina head coach stops by The David Glenn Show. Brown and Glenn talk about UNC’s 2020 recruiting class — which is loaded with top in-state talent, how his staff hit the ground running in Chapel Hill, and the importance of recruiting vs. in-game strategy. (ACC Sports Journal)

Five-star defensive tackle Payton Page to visit UNC this weekend

One of UNC Football's top 2021 recruits is five-star defensive tackle Payton Page. The Greensboro native plays at Dudley High School and is ranked No. 6 overall by 247Sports and the top player in North Carolina. He recently cut his list down to seven teams and included the Tar Heels. On Saturday, Page will be at UNC for the Tar Heels' big Junior Day. (Keeping It Heel)

Podcast: Final 2020 Football Recruit Rankings, Power Echols Commitment

Don Callahan and Ross Martin of Inside Carolina dive into the final 247Sports rankings for UNC's 2020 football recruiting class and the UNC signees who moved up to earn their fourth star. Next comes discussion of UNC four-star linebacker commit , followed by a look at UNC's junior day and the potential for another commitment. Read More...

Three UNC Football Signees Awarded Fourth Star by 247Sports

Due to their standout senior seasons, UNC Football signees , , and have earned an upgrade to four-star status in the 247Sports rankings for the class of 2020, which were released Tuesday. After his All-American Bowl performance, Downs's move was expected. Gray was the most challenging evaluation of the trio. (Inside Carolina)

Jefferson Boaz, Power Echols headline AP all-state prep football team for NC

Quarterback of East Surry and Charlotte Vance linebacker are The Associated Press offensive and defensive prep football players of the year in North Carolina for the 2019 season. Other UNC signees named to the team include WR , OL , ATH , DE , and DE . (Associated Press)

UNC is part of Ray Rose’s future. Last week, he paid homage to those who helped get him there

signed with North Carolina last month. Indeed a special moment for the South Point football standout, he was joined by fellow Tar Heel recruits for the occasion. Despite enjoying their company, Rose admitted there was something missing from the moment that he could only find in one place. Last Thursday, he brought everything full circle. (Gaston Gazette)

Four-Star Linebacker Power Echols Commits to UNC

Four-star LB committed to UNC at Saturday's junior day in Chapel Hill. In addition to the Tar Heels, Echols, 6-foot-1, 205-pounder from Charlotte (N.C.) Vance High, had scholarship offers from Clemson, Maryland, NC State, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wake Forest. Echols was recently named to the Charlotte Observer's all-decade team. (Inside Carolina)
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Pittsburgh4-48-5
North Carolina4-47-6
Miami4-46-7
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Georgia Tech2-63-9

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(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

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