Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Football Recruiting.
Jordyn Adams Selected in First Round of MLB Draft
North Carolina signee Jordyn Adams was selected in the first round (17 overall) of the MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels on Monday, which could end his Tar Heel football career before it begins. Adams, 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver from Cary (N.C.) Green Hope High, and his family now must choose between enrolling at UNC or playing for the Angels. (Inside Carolina
Final MLB Mock Draft: Does Jordyn Adams go in 1st round tonight?
The MLB Draft begins Monday at 7 p.m. There will be 78 picks made today, the first 43 of those broadcast live on MLB Network. Prediction - 15. Texas Rangers: Jordyn Adams, OF, Green Hope HS (Cary, N.C.) -- Texas always loves high-ceiling high schoolers, and Adams has one of the highest in the Draft. Adams has committed to play football and baseball at UNC. (MLB.com
Podcast: Ranking NC's Top-50 Football Recruits and UNC's 2018 Home Games
Inside Carolina's football recruiting expert Don Callahan joins Jon Seiglie to review Don's ranking of the top-50 high school prospects in North Carolina. Don believes some of the players could move up even higher as their senior seasons play out. The duo also rank the top-five 2018 UNC home games that they believe will be the best for recruiting purposes. (Audioboom
A 4-star UNC freshman receiver who can poster-dunk a basketball could be a top-15 MLB Draft pick
UNC football and baseball commit Jordyn Adams is a multi-sport star. In football, he was one of the highest-rated wide receivers in the class of 2018. In baseball, he was one of the country’s best prep outfielders. The MLB Draft is June 4. ESPN analyst Keith Law mocks Adams 15th overall to the Rangers. The assigned slot value for the 15th pick is more than $3.7 million. (SB Nation
Podcast: Behind the Scenes of a Football Recruitment With Mike Ingersoll & E.J. Wilson
Mike Ingersoll and E.J. Wilson join host Jon Seiglie to give a behind the scenes look at football recruitments. Both players recap every step that led them from high school to ultimately selecting the Tar Heels, including in-school visits from coaches, sending VHS tapes of game film to schools, who was in their inner circles, and the criteria they used to narrow their favorites list. (Audioboom
Jordyn Adams No. 18 Overall in Latest MLB Mock Draft
Only days away from the MLB Draft, it would be great to report that the first round is taking definitive shape, but we're not quite there. 18. Kansas City Royals: Jordyn Adams, OF, Green Hope HS (Cary, NC): The Royals have the largest bonus pool in the Draft this year. So they could go after Adams, the two-sport star who could go on to play football and baseball at UNC. (MLB.com
Video: Jordyn Adams - Day In The Life Before MLB Draft
Follow 2018 North Carolina football and baseball signee Jordyn Adams for a day in his life as he works out for Major League Baseball scouts weeks before the MLB Draft. If Adams is drafted high enough, he will have to decide between pursuing a professional baseball career or joining the football and baseball teams at UNC.
Sizing up the Tar Heels’ running back recruiting board
4-star running back Khafre Brown of West Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC) might be the biggest North Carolina lock in the Class of 2019. If Brown’s name sounds familiar, he is the younger brother of 4-star athlete Dyami Brown, who signed with North Carolina in the Class of 2018. If Brown is the biggest UNC lean, 3-star RB Josh Henderson might be the second-most. (DieHards.com
Podcast: Don Callahan Discusses His Top-50 List, Ranks UNC QB Recruits
InsideCarolina's recruiting expert Don Callahan gives a behind the scenes look into how he assembles his top-50 list of recruits in the state of North Carolina. Don also gives a recap on QB John Rhys Plumlee's visit to Chapel Hill this past weekend, and then he and Jon close out the podcast by ranking the 5 quarterbacks UNC is recruiting for the 2019 class. (Audioboom
Podcast: UNC Football Recruiting Updates, Recapping the Baltimore Under Armour Camp
Don Callahan and host Jon Seiglie recap the Under Armour camp in Baltimore Maryland. Don observed UNC commit Giovanni Biggers and received recruiting updates from several UNC targets. Don also gives an update on Zonovan Knight and Donovan Greene, two players who recently decommitted from Duke and are very highly sought after by the UNC staff. (Audioboom
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. (Baseball America
UNC, ECU, NC State football recruiting prospers in May
The Tar Heels, Pirates, and Wolfpack all made additions to their recruiting class of 2019
this month, while the Blue Devils lost a major in-state commitment. North Carolina’s newest commit is 6-1, 180-pound safety Giovanni Biggers from Baltimore, Maryland. He also entertained offers from Boston College, Duke, Indiana, Maryland, Rutgers, Temple and Virginia among others. (Fayetteville Observer
Podcast: Don Callahan on Football Recruiting Updates, Under Armour Camp in Baltimore
Inside Carolina's recruiting expert Don Callahan discusses several updates with North Carolina’s 2019 and 2020 football recruiting classes, including Don's top-5 "most likely to commit" for the 2019 class, which players will be at the Under Armour Camp in Baltimore, MD, and what Don expects from UNC commit Giovanni Biggers. (Audioboom
UNC football commit Giovanni Biggers flashes explosion in Under Armour camp
Baltimore safety Giovanni Biggers looked comfortable when the Under Armour camp took place in his backyard. A recent verbal commit to UNC, the development of Biggers as a future ACC defensive back is already underway. National recruit analyst Brian Dohn, who had a sideline view, came away impressed with the newest member of the Tar Heel class of 2019. (247 Sports
Video: UNC Long Snapper Commit Drew Little Interview
A recent interview with North Stanly High School (NC) Class of 2019 long snapper Drew Little at a Chris Rubio camp held at the Las Vegas Indoor Soccer Sports Park. Little is a verbal commitment to University of North Carolina.