Fantroy himself also enjoyed the visit and declared his commitment rock solid.
"I had a lot of fun hanging with some of the players and we got to know each other a little bit better," Fantroy said. "I can't wait to get back down there."
But perhaps he came away most impressed with the academic presentations he witnessed on Saturday.
"Down at Carolina, they've got it set up so I can't fail," he said. "I was really impressed with their academic support program."
Fantroy, who verbally accepted a scholarship from UNC on June 17, said he has to take just one more science class in high school and will be academically qualified to attend Carolina.
He expects to enroll this summer.
As a senior playing cornerback, free safety and special teams, Fantroy recorded five interceptions and scored 10 touchdowns.