Four-star wide receiver Jordyn Adams announced last night on Twitter that his commitment decision was down to North Carolina and Clemson. He plans to make an announcement sometime between June 28th and July 3rd, which is when he will be at the Nike Opening Finals in Beaverton, Oregon.
Adams received over 15 offers over the course of the recruitment process. He had previously cut down his choices to a top five that also included Alabama, LSU, and Ohio State before getting it down to the final two.
He is considered to be a big-time commitment, especially for the Tar Heels, who have targeted a number of wide receivers for the 2018 recruiting class. The six-foot-two, 175-pound wide receiver is the no. 163 player on the national composite and is no. 30 at his position. The Cary, North Carolina, prospect is also considered the seventh-best player in his home state.
The Tar Heels felt comfortable offering him last June when Adams impressed at the 2016 Freak Show. Following the offer, he visited Chapel Hill in September, and then again in March. Offensive coordinator Gunter Brewer is handling the recruitment of Adams.
North Carolina continues to go heavily after wide receivers for the 2018 recruiting class. UNC already has Dyami Jones on a verbal commitment, and they are being seriously considered by many others. Right now, the Tar Heels have three other commitments, including offensive tackle Avery Jones, linebacker Payton Wilson, and defensive end Chris Collins.