Instead of helping the situation, Abrams-Ward, a 6-foot-4 205-pound athlete from Thomasville (N.C.), complicated it more by excelling at yet another position.
"Honestly, [I thought I did the best at] wide receiver," said Abrams-Ward. "[I showed] just the instinct that I have as well as going after the ball [and] knowing where the defender was."
The UNC coaches somewhat agree with Abrams-Ward.
"They said they still don't quite know [what position best suits me]," said Abrams-Ward. "But they said at wide receiver, I looked natural at it. Quarterback, that's my spot right now, and linebacker that's my other spot."
Unlike most campers, Abrams-Ward was able to work out with at least four members of UNC's coaching staff – John Shoop, Charlie Williams, Steve Hagen, and Tommy Thigpen.
"They had a lot of energy; they're great guys; they know what they're doing; and they seem like they have a lot of fun," said Abrams-Ward. "Like I said, they're great guys and I enjoyed being with them."
While the camp made a good impression on Abrams-Ward, he still isn't claiming any favorite schools.
"I really don't know," said Abrams-Ward. "Right now, it's like before football season I'm going to try to narrow something down. Right now, I'm still open-minded to every school.
"I just want to get out to some schools whenever I have the opportunity. So I can't just narrow out a school not even knowing them.
"But, Carolina is more of a thought now [after the camp]."
Abrams-Ward has been offered by Boston College, Clemson, East Carolina, Florida, Georgia, UNC, NC State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest.
UNC is the only camp Abrams-Ward has attended. He was scheduled to camp at Tennessee earlier in the month, but his basketball schedule took precedence.
Sometime in July, Abrams-Ward said he hopes to get down to Florida to visit the Gators.
As a sophomore, Abrams-Ward starred at linebacker. He started off his junior season at linebacker, but was later moved to quarterback, where he completed 29-of-47 passes for 596 yards and six touchdowns and led Thomasville to their third straight NCHSAA 1AA Championship.