Sabino, a 6-foot-3 230-pound linebacker, elected not to work out at the camp. Instead, he and teammate Travis Howard spent the majority of their stay hanging out on campus.
Mostly, Sabino hung out with current UNC players Durell Mapp, Kentwan Balmer, Bruce Carter, and Marvin Austin.
"It was fun," said Sabino. "Me and Kentwan have been cool for a while – since the last time I came there."
At one point, Balmer and Mapp showed Sabino practice and game film to get him acquainted with the defensive system.
Sabino also spent ample time with coaches John Blake and Tommy Thigpen.
"They were just telling me how North Carolina's a good school – strong academics, all that stuff," said Sabino. "There wasn't much new they could tell me, because I've been there before and I talk to them a lot."
While Sabino isn't prepared to list favorites, UNC appears to be in good shape following the visit.
"I still like Carolina a lot," said Sabino. "I like the family feel. Everybody is close. There's not a lot of downside to it."
Next week Sabino will visit both Ohio State and Notre Dame.
Sabino said he plans to take all five of his allotted official visits before making a decision. In a few weeks he'll begin to schedule and announce official trips. Sabino says there is "a very, very good chance" that return to UNC yet again for one of his official dates.
Sabino, who will graduate from high school in December, said he isn't putting a timetable on his college decision.