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LB Malik Robinson Commits to UNC

As he foreboded, Malik Robinson verbally committed to North Carolina on Saturday during the “Freak Fest” junior day. Robinson, a 6-foot-1, 210-pound linebacker from Snellville (Ga.) South Gwinnett, selected UNC over offers from Auburn, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami, Mississippi State, Missouri, NC State, Notre Dame, and Virginia Tech.

Former UNC Football Commit Kyran Bowman to Play Basketball at Boston College

One year ago, Kyran Bowman was committed to play football at North Carolina. As he wraps up his senior year of high school, though, he’s preparing to play basketball at another ACC school. The 2016 point guard committed to Boston College on Thursday. Bowman pledged to the Tar Heels as a wideout in March 2014 and remained committed for over a year before deciding to quit football and focus on basketball.

2017 4-Star QB Bailey Hockman Opens Up on Recruiting and Career Plans After Football

The recruiting process has already proved to be eventful for 4-star quarterback Bailey Hockman. However, the Peach State product may do a little recruiting of his own after his playing days are over. That’s because he has eyes on becoming a sports agent after his time on the gridiron concludes.

ACC, SEC schools on top for 2017 RB Javon Leake

Javon Leake had a tremendous junior season last fall. Now, he has several scholarship offers and three teams are at the top of the Greensboro (N.C.) Page's running back's list..“I have offers from North Carolina, NC State, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee, East Carolina and Old Dominion," Javon Leake said.

North Carolina gets surprise commitment from 4-star Florida RB Adarius Lemons

Four-star running back prospect Adarius Lemons announced his commitment to North Carolina. The new Tar Heels pledge was reported by multiple sources Thursday evening, with new UNC assistant coach Chad Scott receiving credit for luring Lemons to his future home. The Clearwater High back instantly becomes the most high profile recruit in North Carolina’s Class of 2017.

Four-Star RB Adarius Lemons Commits to UNC

Four-star running back Adarius Lemons verbally committed to North Carolina while visiting the school on Thursday. Lemons, 6-foot-1, 185-pounder from Clearwater (Fla.), selected UNC over scholarships from over two dozen schools including Auburn, Central Florida, Indiana, Iowa, LSU, Miami, Ole Miss, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCLA, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.

Four in front for 2017 four-star safety Jonathan Sutherland

Alexandria (Va.) Episcopal four-star safety Jonathan Sutherland told 247Sports at the Pylon 7-on-7 National Championships over the weekend that four schools are standing out. "North Carolina, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Michigan," he said.

Younger Surratt Starring Out Of Shadow

Sage Surratt, a junior athlete from East Lincoln High School in Denver (NC), has had an outstanding junior season on the gridiron, hardwood, and in the classroom. He was an all-state wide receiver this past football season and will likely be an all-state selection in basketball.

Surratt brothers help send East Lincoln to 2nd straight basketball state final

East Lincoln pulled away in the latter stages for a 64-52 victory over Forest Hills on Saturday in the N.C. 2A boys’ Western Regional final. East Lincoln’s Sage Surratt led all scorers with 32 points and was especially unstoppable during the first quarter when he was 6-of-6 from the field. Chazz Surratt dominated the third quarter, scoring 13 of his 17 points.

North Carolina trending for four-star quarterback Bailey Hockman

Four-star pro-style quarterback Bailey Hockman from McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Ga., was once considered to be favoring the home-state Georgia Bulldogs as his college destination. The class of 2017 prospect got an early crystal ball prediction for Florida State, followed by several for the home-state Dawgs.

Search begins for North Carolina's top 2017 football prospect

Three of the candidates for the state's No. 1 ranking have already made verbal commitments to North Carolina - Jones, Lawler and Melton. A fifth major in-state prospect joined that trio last week when Durham Riverside defensive tackle Jordan Riley committed.

Video: Highlights of top 2018 running back Zamir White

Scotland County (N.C). running back Zamir White has emerged as one of the top talents in the 2018 class, picking up a bevy of early offers. The No. 1 running back and No. 2 overall prospect in the 2018 class, per 247Sports, already has 16 offers, including in-state offers from North Carolina and Duke and out-of-state offers from schools like Alabama, Georgia and Clemson, among others.

Video: 2017 RB Adarius Lemons is all about loyalty

Adarius Lemons is a 6-foot-1, 185 pound running back out of Clearwater (Fla.). He is the No. 6-ranked running back in Florida and the No. 292 overall prospect in the country.

4 UNC Football Commits In New Rivals250 Rankings

Rivals.com released its new top 250 for the class of 2017 on Tuesday afternoon and included are four prospects that have already committed to UNC. They are: OG Jonah Melton at No. 118; DE Jake Lawler No. 132; WR Ryan Jones No. 163; and WR Tyler Smith at No. 249.

4-star recruit Adarius Lemons thinks he's the best 2017 running back in Florida

Clearwater running back Adarius Lemons thinks he's the best 2017 running back in talent-rich Florida. "I don't see nobody beating me," he told SB Nation's Bud Elliott at this weekend's Orlando regional camp for The Opening, the popular Nike event. "Nobody. That's how it is. That's how it's going to be."

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Top Football Recruits
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Ryan Jones2017 ATH
Jake Lawler2017 WDE
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Tre' Shaw2017 CB
Brian Anderson2017 OG
Michael Carter2017 RB
J.T. Cauthen2017 WR
Jeremiah Gemmel2017 OLB
Traivon Leonard2017 CB
Marcus McKethan2017 OT

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