The North Carolina Tar Heels might be struggling on the football field this year, but they continue to bring in three and four-star football recruits to build for the future.
"Adarius announced for North Carolina," said Chattanooga (Tenn.) Notre Dame head coach Charlie Wiggins of his star wideout, Adarius Bowman. "They did a great job of recruiting him and it came down to where he felt comfortable I think."
Bowman, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound wideout with impressive strength and great hands, chose UNC over more than 25 other offers including schools like Tennessee, Auburn, Clemson, Florida and Georgia. He'll team with fellow wideout Mike Mason to form a dangerous 1-2 punch.
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"He's a big, strong wideout who just phsycially dominates players at this level," said Wiggins. "He's just too big and strong for cornerbacks to handle and he also has the speed to go past them as well. He's a complete wide receiver."
Bowman was at the UNC-NC State game this past weekend. He has 600 yards receiving and nine scores so far this season.