Mack Brown is starting to keep the top North Carolina prospects home ($$).
If you’re trying to figure out how things went wrong for Fedora, consider this: In the five recruiting classes from 2013-17, the Tar Heels signed just eight top-five prospects in the state of North Carolina. Brown signed one in 2019, three in 2020 and has two committed for 2021.
While that may be somewhat irritating for Kirby Smart (Georgia is currently going head to head with the Heels over a four-star running back and another kid), it’s got to be downright distressing for Pruitt and Boom.
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He just took a 4 star O-lineman out of Tenn. That has to really get Pruitt.
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Anything that distresses Pruitt is fine with me.
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CKS needs to keep the rail line open into NC….. to pave the tracks to the Big NC. Here is hoping he can. Mack Brown seems to be a more formable a foe than Fedora and past head Heels.
Historically the Dawgs though not a foe of the Heels have had some DGD’s come down and be monumental pieces of work in Stanford Stadium. For me I’d rather see a home and home vs. the Heels than some of the frosty darlings the Dawgs have coming in with payout in the 1.5 million’s.