Guy, a defensive lineman, is one of the Tar Heels' best young players but he has no aspirations of football beyond college.
The Thinker: Guy wondering what's next
North Carolina (4-4, 3-2 ACC) will be a heavy favorite Nov. 19 against Duke and a heavy underdog Nov. 26 at Virginia Tech. The Tar Heels' meeting with Maryland on Saturday appears to be an almost certain one-game, bowl eligibility playoff for North Carolina.
Bowl bids could be in Terps hands
"Getting Ronnie back was a big thing for us because he has a feel for where the ball needs to go,'' UNC coach John Bunting said. "A true freshman playing doesn't know those things. But Ronnie just has that feel for where the hole will be because this is his third year doing it.''
Tailbacks help State, UNC reverse fortunes
One thing he has going for him that the other five signees do not: He's local. When Graves put his name to a national letter of intent in front of classmates in Dudley's gymnasium, wearing a Carolina-blue striped tie, he carried the banner for the 82 percent of UNC students who pay in-state tuition.
Unheralded but happy to be a Tar Heel
Greensboro News & Record
You wouldn't know it from hearing the buzz about basketball recruiting in the ACC, but North Carolina wasn't the only team with a memorable class as the early signing period began Wednesday.
Tar Heels not alone in ACC recruiting success