Four-star wideout Jordyn Adams will stay in North Carolina after his commitment to the Tar Heels Monday evening on NFL Network at the Opening:
Adams had narrowed his decision between Clemson and North Carolina.
“Coach (Larry) Fedora has really showed me how he can use me in any spot, Wildcat, he said how I’m used in high school he’ll use me the same way in college,” Adams explained, via 247sports. “He said earl on there will be a big opportunity for me to get the ball a lot.”
Th 6’2″, 175-pound receiver is the No. 23 wideout in the 2018 class and ranks as the No. 6 recruit in the state of North Carolina.
He held offers from Clemson, Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Ole Miss, South Carolina and TCU.