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Hoop Group Southern Jam Fest Awards: Most Productive - Day'Ron Sharpe

One of the hottest names on the East Coast this spring, Day’Ron Sharpe went from a promising high-major prospect and into a priority recruit for some of the top college basketball programs. Virginia, UNC, NC State, Clemson and Wake Forest have offered and more are due to follow. He is an underrated passer with a quirky-but-effective mid-range game.

2018 MLB Draft: Q&A With Green Hope High OF Jordyn Adams

The last few months have been drastically different than UNC football and baseball commit Jordyn Adams or his family would have imagined. After a standout performance at USA Baseball's National High School Invitational in March, Adams dramatically rose up draft boards and has been meeting with teams ahead of the MLB Draft, where he's potentially a first-round selection.

Jordyn Adams Listed as No. 32 Overall Pick in 2018 MLB Mock Draft

Usually when the Major League Baseball Draft is two weeks away, teams have some idea what the first round will look like. That hasn't really been the case this spring. 32. Tampa Bay Rays: Jordyn Adams, OF, Green Hope HS (NC) - The Rays can use their multiple picks to find a way to sign Adams, a two-sport standout who could keep playing football in college.

Jordyn Adams and the MLB Draft

There's speculation that UNC football commit Jordyn Adams could opt to play pro baseball instead of coming to Chapel Hill. While UNC fans would love to have Adams for at least the next three years, there aren’t many people who have this great opportunity. This is a case where there is no wrong answer, and fans should support whichever way Adams decides to go.

Checking In with Jordyn Adams

Right now Jordyn Adams is a UNC football and baseball signee. He's a five-star wide receiver and a star center fielder for Green Hope High School. He is also an elite major league baseball prospect who is likely to be selected in the first three rounds of the MLB Draft. It wasn't hard to see his tools on Tuesday afternoon playing against Panther Creek High School.

Two Sports, One Decision For Jordyn Adams

A two-sport athlete committed to North Carolina to play both baseball and football, Jordyn Adams became significantly less likely to reach Chapel Hill in the fall after hitting .286/.412/.500 with a tournament-best five stolen bases across four games at USA Baseball’s National Training Complex. Adams also plays wide receiver for Cary's Green Hope high school.

Podcast: Will Jordyn Adams play football at UNC or enter the MLB draft?

Jonathan M. Alexander talks with Jonas Pope IV about Green Hope High School's Jordyn Adams, and whether the UNC football signee and baseball commit will enter the Major League Baseball draft at the end of the season. Adams is one of the best wide receiver recruits in the country. But his stock in the MLB draft has increased significantly.

Video: No off-season for Green Hope's Jordyn Adams

Green Hope’s Jordyn Adams talks about balancing football and baseball at a high level. Adams signed to play football and baseball at North Carolina, but may bypass both to pursue professional baseball.

Exploring MLB Draft Stock of Five-Star UNC Signee Jordyn Adams

North Carolina would love to have 2018 five-star receiver Jordyn Adams enroll at UNC in June and join the Tar Heel football and baseball teams. But there's one potential obstacle. Adams is a talented outfielder for the Cary (N.C.) Green Hope baseball team and could be selected high enough in June's MLB draft to choose to opt for professional baseball over UNC.

North Carolina dual commit Jordyn Adams faces tough decision for future

Tall, lean class of 2018 athlete Jordyn Adams is committed to North Carolina, not only as a baseball player, but also as a wide receiver. Adams was one of many highly touted prospects that had scouts buzzing at the NHSI — the biggest high school baseball showcase in the country — just months after he committed to UNC. But Adams might never make it to Chapel Hill.

Jordyn Adams helps Green Hope make history

Green Hope baseball is participating in the 2018 National High School Invitational featuring some of the best teams in the country, and they became the first team ever from the state of North Carolina to reach the Final Four in the NHSI. UNC baseball and football commit Jordyn Adams had four hits through the first two days of the tournament, and went 3-for-4 Thursday.

Jordyn Adams will have decision between college or MLB

North Carolina commit Jordyn Adams arrived at the Army All-American Bowl on Sunday as the No. 11-ranked player in the country according to 247Sports. That’s a ranking reserved for NFL locks. Adams certainly fits that bill from a talent perspective but to get to that point, he’ll need to play college football. And for North Carolina, that means surviving the MLB Draft.

Morehead pitcher Bennett Nance signs with UNC Baseball

Morehead pitcher Bennett Nance was joined by his family, administration, coaches and friends on signing day when he inked a baseball scholarship to play at UNC last Wednesday. The left hander had an ERA of 0.32, threw 102 strikes, and was 7-1 as a starter last year. His only loss of the season was to eventual NCHSAA state champion Northern Guilford on April 26.

Video: One-on-one with Jordyn Adams

One-on-one with North Carolina football and baseball commit Jordyn Adams on playing youth baseball with Jojo Gray and what he has learned from his father, Tar Heels defensive line coach Deke Adams.

Jordyn Adams’ Hit Wins Under Armour All-America Game

It took 11 innings for the Under Armour All-America Game to be settled, and it was only decided after a football player from North Carolina singled up the middle against a center fielder from Philadelphia. Jordyn Adams—who is committed to UNC to play both football and baseball—drove a fastball up the middle against Mike Siani to give the American side a 2-1 victory.

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