Green Hope's Jordyn Adams commits to UNC
Posted July 3
Beaverton, Ore. — Green Hope senior Jordyn Adams verbally committed to UNC-Chapel Hill Monday evening at Nike Football's "The Opening" in Beaverton, Oregon.
Adams announced on May 18 that he would choose between Clemson or UNC.
Adams transferred to Green Hope this offseason after spending the previous three seasons at Blythewood High School in South Carolina. The four-star recruit moved to the North State to be closer to his father, Deke Adams, who is a defensive line coach at UNC.
Last year at Blythwood, Adams threw for 2,350 yards and 24 touchdowns. He also complied 793 rushing yards and 11 scores. Adams was named the 5-A South Carolina Player of the Year last season.
Adams is projected to play wide receiver at the college ranks and is listed as the No. 6 recruit in North Carolina by 247Sports.
Alabama, Clemson, East Carolina, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana State, Maryland, Mississippi State, Ohio State, SMU, South Carolina, Southern Miss, Texas Christian and Virginia Tech also extended offers to Adams.
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