Frye, a 6-foot-4 230-pound defensive end from Washington (D.C.) Woodson, also spent time with head coach Butch Davis and primary recruiter Tommy Thigpen. Davis discussed the school, while Thigpen talked about the possibility of a scholarship offer.
"They haven't yet [offered a scholarship], but they said they would let me know [the status] sometime in the near future," said Frye. "I think they're getting a new defensive coordinator and they are waiting on him. Then they were going to talk it over with him and then possibly offer."
Upon receiving a UNC offer, Frye said he would commit on the spot.
"I'm ready to come down there, I'm ready to play," said Frye. "[If they were to offer] I would take it as soon as possible. The main thing, they show more interest and have been showing it since the summer. Everybody else showed up after the season was over with. They've been on me since July."
Frye, who has yet to receive his first Division I-A scholarship offer, has scheduled official visits with Rutgers on January 12th and Illinois on January 19th.
While leading Woodson to the DCIAA semifinals, Frye recorded an amazing 23 sacks including eight in a game against Washington (D.C.) Cardozo. He also collected 65 tackles.