Jeffcoat Enjoys the Competition

In addition to working out for the coaching staff and spending time on campus, attending North Carolina's three-day individual camp earlier in the week gave Sean Jeffcoat a great opportunity to be challenged.

"It was a good experience because other than my teammates I haven't seen any really good corners until I got there," said Jeffcoat. "When I got there, I had to really go back to the fundamentals."

Jeffcoat, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver from Fayetteville (N.C.) Britt, was a little rusty, but felt good about his camping performance.

"I felt like I did pretty good," said Jeffcoat. "I felt sore afterwards, but I did pretty good."

Wide receiver coach Dave Brock echoed those thoughts, but didn't talk to Jeffcoat about a possible UNC offer.

"I asked [Brock] if I did any good and he said he was really impressed," said Jeffcoat. "He wants to see more from me. I didn't hear anything about [a scholarship offer], but hopefully I'll hear something in the next two-to-three weeks."

Although his visit has yet to produce an offer, Jeffcoat's time wasn't wasted.

"It felt pretty good to stay there and work with the coaches," said Jeffcoat. "I've been a fan of North Carolina my whole life. It felt like I've been there before – like a second home."

The remainder of Jeffcoat's camping schedule includes Virginia on June 25th and Virginia Tech July 8th.

Despite holding an East Carolina offer, it's two schools from the Old Dominion State as well as the Tar Heels that make up his current favorites list.

"[I'm favoring] Virginia Tech, [North] Carolina, and Virginia," said Jeffcoat. "I just like those schools, right now."

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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