This weekend is the quietest of the four this month in Chapel Hill when it comes to official visits for the 2024 class. Last weekend saw twelve uncommitted prospects on campus, while this weekend features just three. It may be a smaller group, but it still has a chance to produce something for this class for the Tar Heels. Here is our ranking of the official visitors that the team has the best chance to land from this weekend.
3. 4✭ RB Anthony Carrie- Carrollwood Day (Tampa, FL)
The race for Carrie seems to be down to two, but this was an important weekend for the Tar Heels after what Michigan State did last weekend. The Spartans have picked up a handful of predictions for him since the beginning of the month, including two on 247Sports following the visit. The fact that he didn’t commit following the visit is a positive, but it did put a lot of pressure on the Tar Heels heading into this weekend. Because of that we have to have him at the bottom of this list.
2. 3✭ DL Justin Terrell- Rome (Rome, GA)
For a while it looked like Terrell wasn’t even going to officially visit Chapel Hill but now the Tar Heels are firmly locked in the three team battle for his services. Virginia set the stage in the first week of the month and NC State will get their shot nextg weekend in a race without a clear leader. The Tar Tar Heels had the opportunity to assume the lead this weekend, but he question is how hard did the staff push with higher-rated target still on the board that they are in good standing with?
1. ATH Kameron Courtney- Freedom (Woodbridge, VA)
Courtney is one of many prospects in the defensive backfield that the Tar Heels were in good shape with entering this weekend. They appear to be the leader right now, but this feels like another prospect at the safety spot that the team might be hoping to keep at a distance to see if they can land his commitment. It will be a little bit tougher to do that with Courtney because he does have an official visit to Indiana scheduled for next weekend, but this might still be the plan if the staff feels like they built a substantial enough lead.