The future just keeps getting brighter for head coach Larry Fedora and the UNC football team.

Having already secured commitments in the past month from four-star linebacker Payton Wilson and four-star quarterback Tyler Shough–who are each part of the Class of 2018–the Tar Heels added another big-time playmaker Monday night.

Wide receiver Jordyn Adams–another four-star prospect–announced he will play his college ball in Chapel Hill, rather than accept offers from powerhouse schools like Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and LSU.

Many recruiting analysts have praised Adams’ speed, athleticism and body control–saying those tools should help him become a go-to receiver as his career develops.

The son of UNC’s newly-hired defensive line coach Deke Adams, he recently moved to the Triangle after spending the early portion of his high school career as a dual-threat quarterback in Blythewood, South Carolina.

Adams is now a 6-foot-2-inch pass-catcher at Green Hope High School in Cary, where he stars on the baseball field as well.

He is expected to play both sports for the Tar Heels.

For a full look at Adams’ recruiting profile, click here.


Photo via Ross Martin (24/7 Sports, Carolina Blue)