UNC Football Recruiting

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UNC sticks out early on for 2020 DE Desmond Evans

Defensive end Desmond Evans (6-6, 200) said UNC still leads N.C. State among his six early offers. "UNC is so fun," Evans said. "I've been to see coach (Larry Fedora) four times in his office. He's so calm and keeps me motivated." East Carolina, Appalachian State, Kentucky and Charlotte have also offered. Evans is one of the top 2020 recruits in the Carolinas. (Carolina Blue)

Tar Heels Land Four-Star Athlete Dyami Brown

West Mecklenburg High wide receiver Dyami Brown, a rising senior, has committed to play college football at North Carolina. Brown, a 6-foot-2, 180-pounder, is the state’s top-ranked receiver in the class of 2018. He can play multiple positions, including receiver and defensive back. Brown chose the Tar Heels over Alabama, Michigan, Ohio State and Virginia Tech. (Charlotte Observer)

West Meck brothers share talents that have college football recruiters drooling

While many high school students hit the beach for spring break, or spent a few days sleeping in, West Mecklenburg High’s Khafre and Dyami Brown took unofficial recruiting visits to Alabama, Michigan and Ohio State. The brothers, who are wide receivers at West Meck, received scholarship offers from those colleges earlier this year. UNC was the first to offer them scholarships. (Charlotte Observer)

Four-star wide receiver Jordyn Adams discusses top 5

Wide receiver Jordyn Adams released a top five of Alabama, Clemson, LSU, UNC, and Ohio State on Wednesday. Adams plans to announce a decision at The Opening Finals in July (at the earliest) or on Oct. 18, his birthday (at the latest). The Cary (N.C.) Green Hope four-star recruit spoke on each contender. Adams' father, Deke Adams, is the defensive line coach at UNC. (Carolina Blue)

2018 DB Donte Burton de-commits from UNC

Class of 2018 cornerback Donte Burton (Lawrenceville, Ga./Central Gwinnett) has de-committed from North Carolina. The 6-0, 164-pound prospect from Georgia had been committed to UNC since July 31, announcing his decision on top of a castle at his high school. Burton has numerous offers including Virginia Tech, Oregon, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Missouri, and Vanderbilt. (Carolina Blue)

Citing Walk-On Tradition, Atlanta WR Brooks Langley Commits To UNC

Brooks Langley had quite a few options to play football in college, but in the end, the Atlanta native chose to walk on with North Carolina. Langley could have accepted scholarship offers from a host of Division II schools, and he could have accepted an opportunity to walk on at Georgia or Virginia, but UNC has an outstanding track record of developing walk-ons, which wasn’t lost on Langley. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Offensive Lineman Grad Transfer Khaleil Rodgers Signs Scholarship Agreement with UNC

North Carolina has signed offensive lineman graduate transfer Khaleil Rodgers to a scholarship agreement. A native of New Castle, Delaware, Rodgers played three seasons at USC (2014-15) and has one season of eligibility remaining. He will join the Tar Heels this summer. At 6-3, 315-pounds, Rodger is expected to compete for a starting guard spot at UNC. (Carolina Blue)

Offensive Lineman Grad Transfer Cam Dillard Signs Scholarship Agreement

UNC has signed offensive lineman graduate transfer Cam Dillard to a scholarship agreement. A native of Canton, Michigan, Dillard played three seasons at Florida (2014-16) and has one season of eligibility remaining. He will join the Tar Heels this summer. In 2016, he started in Florida’s first eight games at center prior to suffering a season-ending knee injury. (

UNC's top needs in the 2018 football recruiting class

The Tar Heels will have a new quarterback this season and once it’s over they’re going to lose four offensive linemen. They already have a commitment from three-star Avery Jones. Getting commitments from a combination of Rivals100 linemen William Barnes and Richard Gouraige or Rivals250 linemen Rasheed Walker and Nana Asiedu would be a home run for the Tar Heels. (

Brandon Harris opens up on his time in Baton Rouge - the good, bad and ugly

Brandon Harris believes he would have been, and he still will be, a “force to be reckoned with” in a spread offense. LSU’s run-heavy, pro-style system is a big reason, he said, why his three years at LSU ended like it did — with him announcing earlier this month that he’s transferring to UNC. Even former LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron told Harris that he is “made for a spread system.” (Baton Rouge Advocate)

Chansky’s Notebook: UNC Football's Creative Recruiting

The last couple of weeks, UNC football has looked more like an NFL franchise picking up players off the waiver wire. Instead of going after undergraduate transfers who must sit out a season per NCAA rules, Larry Fedora and has staff have signed four college graduates, three with one year of eligibility and one with two. The signees fill immediate needs. (

Brandon Harris Can Thrive In UNC’s Up-Tempo Offense

Former LSU starting quarterback Brandon Harris has a new home, choosing on Sunday afternoon to finish out his collegiate football career at North Carolina, where he will try to win the No. 1 job as a transfer following his graduation from LSU this summer and be the heir apparent to Mitch Trubisky. But how much of an impact can Harris really make for the Tar Heels? (Campus Insiders)

Brandon Harris will be better off at UNC than he was at LSU

Brandon Harris completed his transfer process Sunday, announcing that he’ll be finishing his college football career at UNC. And Harris is going to be better off there, too. Harris is jumping into a perfect situation. Not just because there’s a quarterback vacancy. But because of the way UNC coach Larry Fedora has treated quarterback vacancies in recent years. (SEC Country)

Is LSU transfer Brandon Harris the right fit for North Carolina?

North Carolina appears to have found its quarterback in Brandon Harris, who plans to enroll as a transfer after graduating from LSU this summer. The question, of course, is whether Harris is the right QB for the job. Harris certainly has talent, but he couldn’t hold on to the job at LSU last year, and his struggles in the passing game were well documented. (

UNC Lands LSU Grad Transfer Quarterback Brandon Harris

North Carolina has potentially landed its 2017 starting quarterback. Before ending his UNC official visit on Sunday, LSU graduate transfer Brandon Harris committed to continuing his college career in Chapel Hill. Harris, a 6-foot-3, 218-pound Bossier City (La.) native, selected the Heels over similar opportunities from Arizona, Baylor, Texas, and a few undisclosed SEC schools. (Inside Carolina)

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