Plair, a 6-foot-1 190-pounder, didn't, however, leave Chapel Hill with a North Carolina scholarship offer.
"He does not have an offer at this time," said Dudeck. "As of right now, he doesn't have an offer, so that's what we have to go by."
Given that fact and with National Signing Day just days away, Plair is working overtime on his recruitment.
"I think he's working those very things out in his mind as we speak now," said Dudeck. "In other words, he's kind of weighing his options. He's looking at all the pros and cons of everything."
In addition to UNC, Plair has officially visited Miami (Ohio), Tulsa, Villanova, and William and Mary, according to Dudeck. With the exception of North Carolina, each of the aforementioned schools have extended Plair a scholarship offer.
However, Plair has eliminated all but two schools.
"I think it's narrowed down really to North Carolina and Villanova at this point," said Dudeck.
Plair will make a decision Tuesday, but won't make it public until the following day on National Signing Day, Dudeck said.
Whoever does finally lands Plair will add a standout defensive back prospect to their recruiting class, according to his coach.
"He's a very, very physical defensive back with great speed," said Dudeck.
For the Hun School, Plair played both cornerback and safety, collecting two interceptions and 50 tackles. He also saw time at wide receiver catching eight passes for 180 yards.