North Carolina coach Larry Fedora on Wednesday welcomed four early enrollees. ROBERT WILLETT
CHAPEL HILL — Four incoming football players enrolled early at North Carolina and began classes on Wednesday. The Tar Heels’ four early enrollees are: wide receiver Jordan Fieulleteau, running back Khris Francis, offensive lineman R.J. Prince and quarterback Mitch Trubisky.
Fieulleteau, who arrives at UNC from Wakefield High in Raleigh, caught 111 passes for 1,669 yards during his senior season. He earned Associated Press All-State honors. Francis, from Hillside High in Durham, ran for 2,100 yards and 27 touchdowns during his senior season. ESPN.com ranks him the No. 31 running back in the country.
Prince, from Albemarle High, was a member of North Carolina’s Shrine Bowl team (along with Francis). And Trubisky, from Mentor (Ohio) High, earned was named Ohio’s Mr. Football by the Associated Press. He threw for 4,063 yards and 42 touchdowns during his senior season.