Heels Get Two Commits

This weekend's camp has already yielded two commitments. Georgia safeties Danorris Searcy and Fonterrian Ingram committed to the Tar Heels at the conclusion of Saturday's camp, according to sources close to the situation.

Searcy, a four-star strong safety/linebacker from Decatur (Ga.) Towers, chose the Tar Heels over offers from Florida and LSU, among others. He camped at UNC last month as well as this weekend. Searcy played tailback and rover linebacker last season at Towers and named to the first team all-county and all-state honorable mention on defense after totaling 48 tackles. He also rushed for 707 yards and seven touchdowns.

Ingram is a 5-11, 185 pound defensive back from Atlanta (Ga.) McNair, who picked UNC over offers from Tennessee and Virginia. He played running back, safety, and linebacker last season at McNair, recording 77 tackles [54 solo], 11 for a loss, and five sacks.

Fonterrian Ingram Profile

Danorris Searcy Profile

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Searcy Scouting Report: "Searcy is talented enough to play on either side of the ball at the next level. His best attribute is his speed. I mean this kid has range and closing speed. Searcy can run north-south or down the line. He is at his best on the move and chasing the ball. He is physical and aggressive. The question is he big enough to play linebacker at the next level? Yes as a WILL but that could depend on scheme. But he may be fast enough to play strong safety on defense. And he also has a chance to be a running back in college. Searcy has good size and speed for that position. He plays running back like linebacker - fast and hard. Searcy hits the hole hard and shows good vision and balance." -- Jamie Newberg

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