Also, the depth chart is fluid. For simplicity, an assumption was made that all of the players who are verbally committed to UNC for 2009 will sign and enroll at UNC. Per the NCAA limit, only 25 freshmen can be brought in per year.
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With the influx of the 2009 class, UNC is talented and deep at linebacker for the next two seasons. Kennedy Tinsley is the only linebacker who runs out of eligibility following the 2009 season, but his status is uncertain after being suspended last fall.
In addition to the two listed recruits with offers, UNC is heavily interested, but hasn't formally offered: Jordan Haden (Fort Washington (Md.) Friendly), Brian Laiti (Fairfax (Va.) Robinson), Kendall Moore (Raleigh (N.C.) Southeast), Justin Parker (Beaufort (S.C.)), Prince Shembo (Charlotte (N.C.) Ardrey Kell), and Travis Williams (Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor).
Targets With Offers
6'2" 192 lbs. 4.57 Miami (Fla.) Ransom Everglades HS
Ajagbe has collected offers from Boston College, UCF, Florida, FIU, Florida State, and UNC. He grew up a fan of the Gators and says Florida is his early leader. He plays safety and running back in high school. Most schools project him as a defensive player. UNC is recruiting him as a linebacker and running back. He rushed for 1,354 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior, while collecting 60 tackles (18 solo) including 19 for a loss and 2 sacks.
6'2" 216 lbs. 4.65 Stamford (Conn.) High School
Fortt has received offers from Boston College, Connecticut, Duke, Maryland, UNC, Ohio State, Rutgers, and Syracuse. As a junior, he totaled 118 tackles, 4 forced fumbles, and 2 interceptions earning all-state, all-city, and all-conference honors.