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2018 4-Star LB Dax Hollifield Reveals Top 9 Schools

We now have a clearer image of the recruitment of the nation’s No. 3 inside linebacker. On Thursday, 4-star prospect Dax Hollifield took a step forward in his recruitment by revealing his list of top nine schools. In alphabetical order: Alabama, Florida State, LSU, North Carolina, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Stanford, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. (Campus Insiders)

LSU transfer QB Brandon Harris schedules UNC official visit

Former LSU quarterback and graduate transfer Brandon Harris has scheduled an official visit with the Tar Heels. Harris will visit during the March 24th weekend. UNC is scheduled to hold a spring practice that weekend. The former LSU quarterback has a solid frame at 6-foot-3 and nearly 220 pounds. He was recruited by Fedora and staff for the 2014 class. (Keeping It Heel)

2018 four-star LB Payton Wilson releases top 7

Top 2018 LB target Payton Wilson released his top four on Tuesday night and it includes a who's who of college football. The Tar Heels, one of the first schools to offer and conveniently located just miles down the road, made the cut. ACC schools Clemson and Virginia Tech were also included along with the Big Ten's Penn State and Ohio State and the SEC's Alabama and Georgia. (Carolina Blue)

5-Star RB Zamir White Lists UNC in Top 4

Long-time North Carolina running back target Zamir White released a list of top four schools on Monday night, which included Georgia, Alabama, Clemson, and North Carolina. White is the No. 1 running back and the No. 3 overall recruit in the 2018 class. A native of Laurinburg, N.C. White will remain a top target for the Tar Heels throughout the 2018 cycle. He is expected to make a decision in June. (Carolina Blue)

Coaches coming to Clemmons to recruit West Forsyth's K.J. Henry

It’s been a whirlwind week with college football coaches coming to West Forsyth to deliver their pitch to K.J. Henry. Henry, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound junior defensive end for the Titans, is being heavily recruited by major powers. Dabo Swinney of the national champion Clemson Tigers visited Clemmons on Wednesday, Larry Fedora of North Carolina visited Henry on Thursday. (Winston-Salem Journal)

‘Two final possibilities’ for ex-LSU QB Brandon Harris’ next home

Brandon Harris confirmed via Twitter over the weekend that he would be transferring from LSU. It was obvious that he had been considering such a decision, because in the hours after he announced his departure, the quarterback already had “two final possibilities” for where he will transfer. Harris acknowledged that North Carolina is one of the schools that have contacted him. (NBC Sports)

Five-star RB Zamir White to visit UNC

According to a CarolinaBlue source, 247Sports Composite five-star running back Zamir White (Laurinburg, N.C./Scotland County) will be at UNC this weekend for an unofficial visit. He is part of a small group of Tar Heels targets who are visiting on Saturday. The visit will include Saturday's basketball game between No. 10 North Carolina and No. 14 Virginia in the Dean Dome. (Carolina Blue)

Report: ‘Mutual interest’ between UNC, former LSU QB Brandon Harris

Former 4-star recruit Brandon Harris announced Monday that he is transferring from LSU, and a possible landing spot has already emerged for the former Tigers quarterback. 247Sports’ Brandon Crawford reported Monday that Harris and North Carolina have “mutual interest”. UNC starting QB Mitch Trubisky declared for the NFL Draft after a great junior season. (SEC Country)

Instant impact UNC football recruit: Michael Carter, RB

Recruit: Michael Carter, No. 34 running back; Stars: Four; The Navarre, Florida native was another great addition out of the Sunshine State for Larry Fedora and Co. To be sure, Carter has talent. At 5-foot-10 and 193 pounds, he plays bigger than his frame suggests, and he has the elusiveness to draw some comparisons to T.J. Logan in the North Carolina backfield. (ESPN.com)

Stanton Truitt calls move to North Carolina after leaving Auburn a ‘no-brainer’

In moving on from Auburn, Stanton Truitt, at least in his own mind, really didn’t have much of a decision to make on a new landing spot. Over the weekend, Truitt revealed that he will be continuing his collegiate playing career at North Carolina. (NBC Sports)

UNC's 2017 offensive line haul lays groundwork

North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora said Wednesday that a big focus for the 2017 class was landing the guys up front. "Going into it we thought our biggest need was offensive line and defensive backs." Jonah Melton, Billy Ross, Brian Anderson, Jordan Tucker, and Marcus McKethan provide a wealth of talent and a huge amount of upside if developed properly. (Carolina Blue)

'Humbling' opportunity awaits kicker Cooper Graham at UNC

Kicking can often be a game of inches and Cooper Graham cut it close. But in the end, the Roberson senior got the opportunity he wanted at the school he desired. Graham is a top-10 kicker in some national recruiting rankings, so it’s a coup to the University of North Carolina football program that he is willing to come on board as a preferred walk-on. (Asheville Citizen-Times)

Billy Ross fulfills dream by signing with Tar Heels

The University of North Carolina football program made the offensive line a recruiting priority for 2017. Coach Larry Fedora and his staff filled their needs Wednesday when the Tar Heels signed five offensive linemen to letters of intent. One big catch was Billy Ross, a 6-foot-6, 310-pounder from Huntington High. Ross made things official during a signing ceremony Wednesday. (Huntington Herald-Dispatch)

How does UNC's 2017 football recruiting class stack up?

How does UNC's 2017 class compare to previous classes under Larry Fedora? Fedora has now had six signing classes at North Carolina. His first was put together in weeks after he arrived in January of 2012. Fedora's first full class was in 2013. Let's look at how they stack up. Rankings are from the 247Sports Composite and numbers are based on recruits who signed with UNC, not necessarily enrolled. (CBS Sports)

Instant Impact - Who will play a role for UNC Football in 2017?

A few freshman during the 2016 season made an impact in their first year on campus. Safety Myles Dorn, cornerback Patrice Rene, defensive end Tomon Fox, Dominique Ross, Jonathan Smith, and Marlon Dunlap all played significant snaps last season. Which 2017 signees could have a similar impact? The easy answer is the two running backs: Michael Carter and Antwuan Branch. (CBS Sports)

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Top Football Recruits
RecruitClass
C.J. Cotman2017 ATH
Xach Gill2017 DT
Jake Lawler2017 DE
Jonah Melton2017 OG
Tre' Shaw2017 CB
Brian Anderson2017 OG
Antwuan Branch2017 RB
Michael Carter2017 RB
J.T. Cauthen2017 WR
Beau Corrales2017 WR

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