"I feel like my journey is complete. A lot of kids' dream is to play college football. Signing that paper makes it that much more real and gives me that much more opportunity to accomplish my goals and dreams as a football player."
"I'm so proud to finally be a Tar Heel and sign those papers. I'm glad to be done with this. I'm thinking about all I accomplished to get here and how my hard work paid off for me."
"Now I'm officially a part of the Tar Heel family."
"I'm just counting down the days until I'm actually a Tar Heel and on campus, in practice, and working out. The only other thing on my mind is what I'm going to be having for dinner tonight. It's me making a commitment to the university, but I'm just thinking about it as a normal day."
"Honestly, I can't wait until I'm up there. I've got to keep reminding myself that I'm not there yet and I still have to finish up high school. But I'm really ready to hit the ground running and get there."
"Tears just flew. I've been holding them back. Lately, I've been thinking about who played a role in getting me here. It doesn't feel like a sense of completion, because I have so much more I want to accomplish. But it's something special and one of those feelings that nobody will be able to touch. I've been through so much in these last two or three years. I was the first commit, so to just look at that piece of paper and sign on that dotted line, I've been waiting for this."
"It's a dream come true. It's something that I've been thinking about for such a long time – even before I received any offer. Before I was a recruit, I just wanted to play on scholarship at a big time school. So it's a dream come true."
"I know I'm going to be representing the state for the next four years. The group of guys that are coming in, we're coming in to win games. We went to go there and really make a name for ourselves and really win big games. And it's cool because everybody is buying into the system. Signing today, I'm signing to win."
"It's time to get to work. It's time to get there and start practicing."