Fluker-Berry Says He's Set To Enroll In Jan.

Despite rumors suggesting otherwise, Dwight Fluker-Berry says he has met academic requirements and is on task to enroll at UNC in January.

"I'm still committed to North Carolina," said Fluker-Berry. "I had to come here to [Fork Union Military Academy] to get my SAT up to go [to UNC]. I came here, got a 1030 on my SAT, so I got eligible."

Fluker-Berry, a 6-foot-1 200-pound safety, signed a National Letter of Intent with the Tar Heels as a senior at Miami (Fla.) Norland High School last February. However, after failing to meet academic requirements, Fluker-Berry enrolled at Fork Union Military Academy this fall.

Every Monday morning recruiting coordinator Marvin Sanders checks in with Fluker-Berry to make sure everything academically is aligned. Tuesday afternoon, Fluker-Berry received a special in-person visit from head coach John Bunting during Fork Union's Annual Combine.

"Coach [Bunting] was asking me how school was going, if I got my SAT done, and that they want me to come and play for them," said Fluker-Berry.

With nothing to prove, Fluker-Berry didn't participate in drills during the combine.

Additionally, Fluker-Berry neglected to take any official visits this season, but did unofficially attend North Carolina's home opener against Wisconsin.

Fluker-Berry had a solid post-graduate football season at Fork Union that opened up with three interceptions in the first three games.

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