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UNC recruiting: Darius Days sets official visit, others to follow

Three athletes are preparing for visits, and North Carolina is involved with all of them.

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On August 8, 2018 power forward Darius Days released his top 11 schools. North Carolina made the list alongside Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, LSU, Memphis, Ohio State, Providence, Texas A&M, Wichita State, and Xavier. Now Days is ready to set up his official visits.

According to Inside Carolina, the six-foot-eight Gainesville, Florida native will be visiting Chapel Hill starting October 6. He has set four of his five official visits and plans to travel to Louisville on September 15, Ohio State on September 22, and LSU on October 13, the week after he visits North Carolina.

Days is a four-star talent who is ranked 74th overall in the 2018 recruiting class. He is also considered to be the 20th-best power forward, but has been described as a prototypical stretch 4. Days is considered to be the 11th-best player from the state of Florida. His recruitment is being led by UNC assistant Hubert Davis.

Basketball isn’t the only sport preparing for a visit to campus as football looks to host a few players as well. Four-star defensive tackle Jordan Davis is preparing for his official visits. Since he’s already been to Chapel Hill twice, Davis prefers to visit schools that are further away from his home in Charlotte, North Carolina.

He has remained in contact with North Carolina, NC State, Michigan, Georgia, Miami, South Carolina, and Florida State, giving him plenty of options going forward. Davis ranks as no. 313 in the class of 2018. He is the 27th-best defensive tackle and 13th-best player from his home state.

Four-star wide receiver Traevon Kenion is looking to visit campus this fall. He has attended camp with the Tar Heels twice but is hoping to return for a game this season. At six-foot-four and 205 pounds, he ranks 203rd overall in the class of 2019. He ranks 36th at his position and fifth in the state of North Carolina as a Monroe native.

Kenion currently holds offers from Boston College, East Carolina, Duke, Kansas State, Louisville, Maryland, South Carolina, and Wake Forest. He is being recruited by wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer.