Quinn, a 6-foot-4 240-pound defensive end from North Charleston (S.C.) Fort Dorchester, was supposed to visit UNC a few weekends back, but a scheduling conflict prevented the trip from taking place.
In March, Quinn attended UNC's spring game.
"There's something different about [UNC]," said Quinn. "I got along with the coaches real well. Plus, I'll get a chance to play early."
Over the course of the last few months, Quinn has unofficially visited Auburn, Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Maryland, Rutgers, and South Carolina
"All the schools are the same, basically," said Quinn. "Everything seemed the same to me [during my visits]."
After visiting UNC, Quinn will start narrowing down his list of 15-plus scholarship offers to a more manageable five to seven.
"[I'm looking for places where] I can get a good education and excel in football," said Quinn. "I don't want to be too far away from home."
Quinn says no schools are safe bets to make his final list.
"I'm trying to be fair with everything and make the best choice for me," said Quinn.
Quinn's father is in contact with the UNC coaches regularly. Sam Pittman is Quinn's primary recruiter, but Quinn said his father has been speaking to John Blake a lot more often.
Quinn's high school football season kicks off on August 24 against Goose Creek (S.C.).