Five-star wide receiver Dwight Jones out of Burlington (N.C.) Cummings is four games into the year. The 6-foot-5, 210-pounder is having a good season as his team is 3-1.
"Last week we won our game 33-7," he said. "I didn't do that much in the game since we won by a lot, but on the year I've got about 400 yards receiving and three touchdowns.
"Overall my team has been doing well. We've got a big game this week against West Alamance. We're feeling pretty good and this game means a lot. They beat us at home last year and hopefully we can go there and beat them."
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As for recruiting, Jones is receiving a lot of interest still.
"Mostly I'm hearing from Florida and Tennessee, those are basically the schools still in touch," he said. "I am committed to North Carolina and probably won't even take visits to either of those schools.
"In the last couple weeks, I went to the Rutgers and Virginia Tech games at North Carolina. It was a fun experience and everyone was speaking to me and asked how I'm doing. They are all ready for me to come to Carolina and the coaches told me they can't wait for me to get there.
"I thought both games they looked kind of rough and have quarterback problems. Hopefully the team can regroup and get it right in the coming weeks. The fact they are losing doesn't affect me, but I'm hoping it doesn't affect their recruiting class too."
Jones plans to attend the Tar Heels games against Georgia Tech and North Carolina State later this season.