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Before he heads to UNC, Charlotte Catholic star Malik McGowan wants 3rd state ring

, a 6-foot-4, 315 pound offensive lineman, is the only four-year starter at Charlotte Catholic in 20 years, according to Cougars coach Mike Brodowicz. Committed to play for at UNC, McGowan has also been a big part of back-to-back N.C. 3A state championship teams. He desperately wants to make it three straight this season. (Charlotte Observer)

Future Tar Heels In Football State Title Games This Weekend

Six members of UNC’s class of 2020 are still playing football and will compete for state championships this weekend. In all, 26 recruits have committed to UNC, most of whom will sign next Wednesday, but before then, , , , , , and will try to bring home state titles. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Podcast: Football Signing Day Preview, Trenton Simpson, Jacolby Criswell, Clyde Pinder

Football recruiting analyst Don Callahan of Inside Carolina joins host Ross Martin to discuss North Carolina's 2020 football recruiting class just a week from the early signing period, focusing on the pending decision of four-star linebacker and UNC commits and , who at one point had wavering eyes. (Player FM)

13 football players from NC make Rivals rankings for 2020, 2021 classes

The top football recruit in North Carolina from the 2020 class, according to the newest rankings, is Mallard Creek outside linebacker . He is ranked No. 26 in the new 2020 Rivals 100 Rankings. Lee County defensive end is No. 47 in the rankings. Kendrick Bingley-Jones, defensive end at Providence Day, is also listed at No. 98. (High School OT)

UNC QB Commit Jacolby Criswell Named Arkansas Gatorade Player Of The Year

Four-star quarterback committed to the Tar Heels over the summer and will take his official visit to Chapel Hill this weekend. Before Criswell returns to North Carolina's campus, however, he was honored recently with a big award. On Monday, it was announced that Criswell was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Arkansas. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC QB commitment Jacolby Criswell set for official visit to Chapel Hill

One of the recruits that highlights this class is four-star quarterback . The dual-threat quarterback is ranked as the No. 11 player at his position and the No. 2 player in the state of Arkansas. He committed to UNC on June 3rd but has since seen interest from Arkansas and has received an offer from Auburn. Criswell remains committed to UNC. (Keeping It Heel)

Primer: Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas

Many top football recruits are in South Carolina this week to take part in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. The nation’s oldest high school all-star football game, the Shrine Bowl features top players from North and South Carolina with proceeds going to the Shriner's Hospital for Children. UNC commits and are two of the headliners. (247 Sports)

UNC Football Recruit Weekend Scoreboard

With playoff wins this past weekend, six North Carolina football commits will be competing for state championships this coming weekend: , , , , , and . Two of this past weekend's victories were sealed by interceptions by Carolina pledges Chalmers and Gosnell. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Desmond Evans & Jayden Chalmers Win Regional Title

THI was on the sideline Friday night for Lee County’s 34-9 victory over New Hanover to advance to the 3AA state championship game and shot some isolation videos of North Carolina commits and . Lee County will play Weddington next Saturday for the state title at 7:00 pm at N.C. State’s Carter-Finley Stadium. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Seven UNC Commits Advance to NCHSAA Football Championships; Kenan to Host Two Games

Seven future Tar Heels will have a chance to win NCHSAA football titles after Charlotte Catholic, East Surry, and Lee County advanced to next week's state championship games. In Pilot Mountain, it was receiver and defensive back , who flipped his commitment from N.C. State to UNC earlier this season, who sealed East Surry's victory. (Heels Maven)
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NC State1-74-8

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