William Brimfield: Yes sir. I committed to North Carolina. I committed during the visit because I liked the program, I liked the campus, and the academics of the school.
IC: When did North Carolina offer?
Brimfield: I was offered at the end of the camp, that's when I committed.
IC: What was the reasoning behind committing at that point and not waiting?
Brimfield: I committed at that point because I felt like North Carolina was the school where I wanted to be. I felt like Coach [Ken] Browning was the coach that can bring a lot out of me.
IC: Did they talk about committing or did you just do it?
Brimfield: Me and my coach, we thought about it, had a long talk and I just felt like it was the place where I wanted to be. After talking about it, I went back and committed to them.
IC: Who did you commit to?
Brimfield: I committed to the head coach [John Bunting].
IC: What did he say?
Brimfield: He was excited. He talked about the school and the campus. He thought I would fit well into the team.
IC: Who's recruiting you for UNC?
Brimfield: Coach [Danny] Pearman.
IC: Did you have any other offers on the table besides North Carolina?
Brimfield: No other offers other than North Carolina, but I think there are plenty more to come.
IC: What schools were also recruiting you?
Brimfield: North Carolina State, USC, Virginia Tech, Georgia Bulldogs, Georgia Tech and there were a lot of small schools like Furman and Newberry.
IC: Have you been to any other camps besides North Carolina's?
Brimfield: No sir, that was my first camp. We just got a new coach so we had to get things settled. In order to get things settled we had to work out hard for three months.
IC: Do you have any future camps planned?
Brimfield: I planned on going to a camp at Clemson and back North Carolina, but think I'm just going to stick to North Carolina after the commitment. I am going to Coastal Carolina for a seven-on-seven camp. I'll go back to North Carolina I think in July.
IC: Do you plan on visiting any other campuses?
Brimfield: No, I'll just go back to North Carolina for a camp and a visit.
IC: Tell me about the actual camp, how did that go?
Brimfield: It went well. We had a lot of one-on-one drills. We had a few kids come out and I just showed my talent. I showed my talent and they saw it in me and felt like they could use me.
IC: How did you feel like you did?
Brimfield: I felt like I did great, but I felt like I can do better than I did if I keep working and working.
IC: Tell me about working out with Coach [Kenny] Browing.
Brimfield: He gave me some great points and showed me some great points that I can use at defensive tackle and take it home with me.
IC: Besides that actual camp, was there anything else you got to do while you were in Chapel Hill?
Brimfield: We got to tour the campus, and watch a lot of film on the players that went into the NFL. I loved it. The campus is beautiful and the people there are nice – I mean, they're good people.
IC: Tell me about your junior season, how did that go.
Brimfield: My junior season went pretty well. I was second on the team with tackles with 111 tackles. I had like 14 or 15 sacks and three fumble recoveries.
IC: What sort of awards did you win?
Brimfield: I made all-region offensive and defensive lineman; I made all-state; and I got MVP for my team.
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