Jeffcoat Seeks UNC Offer

Despite playing in a receiving unit that included two Shrine Bowlers – Mychael Johnson and Wake Forest signee Alex Frye, Sean Jeffcoat received scholarship offers from East Carolina and Elon this spring. Now there's a legitimate chance that North Carolina could join the aforementioned schools following next week's camp.

"Coach [Mark] Weber said just to come up there for their camp and show what I can do and possibly I can get a scholarship from there," said Jeffcoat.

In addition to the Tar Heels three-day camp (June 12th to 14th), Jeffcoat, a 6-foot-2 180-pound wide receiver, will camp at East Carolina (June 10th), Wake Forest (June 11th), Virginia, and Virginia Tech.

Heading into the college camping season, Jeffcoat is favoring three schools.

"Virginia Tech, UNC, and Virginia stand out," said Jeffcoat. "I like everything [about those schools]."

More specifically, Jeffcoat, who attended UNC's spring game among other unofficial visits to Chapel Hill, likes the coaches and campus at North Carolina.

"I talk to almost all of the coaches and I've been up there so many times," said Jeffcoat. "I just like the whole atmosphere and I've been watching them my whole life."

At's All-American Combine held in Durham, Jeffcoat clocked a 4.66-second 40-yard dash time on grass as well as a 4.59-second 20-yard shuttle time. He bettered those numbers a few weeks later at the Shrine Bowl Combine where he ran a 4.52-second 40-yard dash and a 4.48-second 20-yard shuttle. He also vertically jumped 34.4 inches.

During his junior season at Fayetteville (N.C.) Britt, Jeffcoat caught 13 passes for 350 yards and a touchdown as a reserve. Despite his backup role, Jeffcoat made all-conference honorable mention.

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