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Weekend UNC Football Recruit Scoreboard

UNC WR commit Jordyn Adams had 8 catches for 136 yards and 2 TDs. Versatile UNC athlete commit Dyami Brown also had an impressive stat line: 3 catches for 42 yards & 1 TD; 9 rushes for 52 yards & 1 TD; 2-of-2 passing for 17 yards & 2 TDs; 2 tackles (2 solo); 3 kick returns for 102 yards. See how other UNC football recruits performed in this week's Scoreboard. (Inside Carolina)

UNC football recruits Jordyn Adams, Jace Ruder move up in latest rankings

For 2018, Larry Fedora and his staff already have double-digit recruits and landed a big one in wide receiver Jordyn Adams. He’s one of the Tar Heels best recruits in years. The Tar Heels have commitments from two quarterbacks in the class, Jace Ruder and Tyler Shough. Ruder also jumped in the latest composite rankings. (Keeping It Heel)

Video: UNC Commit Dyami Brown Highlights

The high school football season is underway and many of UNC's commits have already had big performances. Check out the video above of 2018 wide receiver prospect and Carolina commit Dyami Brown showing off his skills as a wildcat quarterback, wide receiver, and punt returner. Read More...

Video: Tar Heel commit Dyami Brown shines in win

Rivals.com analyst Adam Friedman breaks down North Carolina wide receiver commit Dyami Brown's performance in a season-opening win for West Mecklenburg last weekend. (Rivals.com)

5 Future Tar Heels In New Rivals250 Football For 2018

The New Rivals250 for the football class of 2018 has been released, and five of North Carolina’s commits made the rankings. Jordyn Adams, a 4-star wide receiver from Green Hope H.S. in Cary, NC, came in at No. 87 and is joined in the rankings by No. 133 Payton Wilson, No. 181 Jace Ruder, No. 185 Dyami Brown, and No. 191 Tyler Shough. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

A roundup of North Carolina football's summer commitments

The North Carolina football team had an eventful summer in terms of recruiting. Here’s a look at some of the top players in the Tar Heels’ 2018 class, all of whom will be playing their final high-school seasons this fall. Payton Wilson, four-star outside linebacker; Jordyn Adams, four-star wide receiver; Tyler Shough, four-star quarterback; Dyami Brown, four-star wide receiver. (Daily Tar Heel)

Basketball could be key in helping Tar Heels land 2018 DE Marcellus Earlington

Marcellus Earlington, a 3-star defensive end out of Ramsey, N.J., is a bonafide football prospect, ranking among the top 500 players in the Class of 2018. He’s also a solid basketball player on the AAU circuit and, while football is the sport he’s been recruited for the most, he’s expressed an interest in playing both sports at the next level, according to Scout’s Brian Dohn. (DieHards.com)

UNC Football Recruit Weekend Scoreboard

UNC WR commit Jordyn Adams pulledin a pair of touchdowns (47 and 40 yards). He finished with a team-high 8 catches for 136 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but his Green Hope team fell to Southern Nash, 38-28. UNC commit Dyami Brown scored three touchdowns three different ways (12-yard reception, three-yard run, and two-yard pass) leading West Mecklenburg to the win. (Inside Carolina)

UNC football commit Jordyn Adams shines late in debut with new high school

As frustrating as the first three quarters were for North Carolina wide receiver commit Jordyan Adams and the Green Hope Falcons, the fourth quarter was just as promising for Adams and his team. The senior hauled in two touchdown passes, one 47-yarder down the left sideline and a 40-yarder down the right, and finished with 8 catches for 136 yards. (Raleigh News & Observer)

West Mecklenburg’s Dyami Brown excels on the wings of versatility

Dyami Brown is a football quadruple threat. The West Mecklenburg High receiver catches and throws passes. He can play running back, too. He also lines up at defensive back. Mostly, though, the UNC commit is a spark plug. “I bring energy and my brother [running back Khafre Brown] brings the speed, so up-tempo is what we do and who we are,” Brown said. (Charlotte Post)

Top 15 Triangle-area 2018 football recruits

The Triangle is loaded with high school football talent, and the Class of 2018 is further proof that the area is a hotbed for Division I prospects. Three of the top five ranked players will keep their talents in the Triangle to attend either North Carolina or NC State. 1. Jordyn Adams, WR (Green Hope, UNC); 2. Payton Wilson, LB (Orange, UNC); 12. Javon Terry, DB (Wake Forest, UNC) (High School OT)

The Carolinas Top 50 high school football recruits: The best players from two states

3. Dax Hollifield, Shelby, LB, 6-2, 235, UNC target; 4. Payton Wilson, Hillsborough Orange, OLB, 6-4, 225, UNC commit; 5. Jordyn Adams, Cary Green Hope, WR, 6-2, 175, UNC commit; 6. Rick Sandidge, Concord, DE, 6-5, 290, UNC target; 9. Dyami Brown, West Mecklenburg, WR/ATH, 6-2, 180, UNC commit; 10. Avery Jones, Havelock, OT, 6-5, 275, UNC commit; (Charlotte Observer)

Four-Star UNC Target Dax Hollifield Shows Off Carolina Gloves

Class of 2018 linebacker Dax Hollifield has been a top North Carolina football target for over two years. Currently, Hollifield lists UNC, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Florida State, and Stanford among his top schools. On Friday Hollifield and his Shelby Golden Lions participated in a preseason scrimmage. Hollifield took a moment on the sidelines to show off his UNC gloves. (Inside Carolina)

Dax Hollifield looks to lead Shelby to fifth straight state championship

Dax Hollifield is ranked fifth nationally at his position by scout.com. He is on the watch list for the Butkus Award, given to the nation’s best high school linebacker. Hollifield said he will play college football at either Florida State, UNC, South Carolina, Stanford or Virginia Tech. But before he leaves town, Hollifield has another goal: lead Shelby to a fifth straight state championship. (Charlotte Observer)

2019 3-Star DE D'Von Ellies Thrilled With UNC Offer

On May 18, 3-star defensive tackle D'Von Ellies got some good news when UNC was the first school to extend him a scholarship offer, and to say it means a lot to him would be an understatement. "When I got the offer, I was in shock," the 6-3, 265 pounder told THI. "But this is the opportunity I've been working for, and for my first offer to be from UNC, I truly felt blessed." (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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