Paulus Will Wait and See

With the change in head coach for next year at North Carolina, quarterback Mike Paulus from Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse, N.Y. is trying to sort things out after a very long weekend.

"About an hour ago, I spoke to Coach [John] Bunting directly," Paulus said on Sunday evening. "He just said that they decided to move in another direction and that North Carolina is still a great institution for me. He still had a lot of great things to say about the school."

Paulus, a four star quarterback who committed to the Tar Heels last spring over many national offers, plans to take a wait-and-see approach before looking at other options.

"I'm going to talk to some people at North Carolina over the next couple of days administrative-wise and see what they are going to do with their coaching selection and what they are going to do with the assistant coaches as well. I really want to see a couple of them stay that I know well."

While he declined to mention any names, Paulus feels that two coaches at North Carolina staying would have a big impact on his final decision.

The announcement of John Bunting's resignation effective at the end of the season added to a tough game last Friday which ended the year for Christian Brothers.

"We got upset in the first round of the playoffs to Fayetteville-Manilus. We started off pretty bad and couldn't get back into it soon enough."

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