Four-Star WR to Camp at UNC

With his track season complete, Antonio Goodwin plans to now focus more on his recruitment, which includes spending much of the summer visiting schools.

"I know I'm supposed to be going to North Carolina on the 19th [of June] for a camp," Goodwin said.

Goodwin, a 6-foot-2, 170-pound wide receiver from Atlanta (Ga.) Washington, camped at Mississippi this past Sunday and figures to also visit Tennessee soon. During the spring, he squeezed in visits to Alabama, Auburn, and Georgia.

Roughly a month ago, UNC extended Goodwin a scholarship offer.

"My coaches called me and told me that UNC offered," Goodwin said. "I hadn't talked to anyone from UNC before that."

Goodwin has collected over 20 scholarship offers, including grants from most of the schools in the ACC and SEC.

Since UNC offered, Goodwin has been in regular contact with John Blake.

"He just talks about getting me to visit and how it is at the school," Goodwin said.

Goodwin doesn't claim any favorite schools, but says UNC is definitely in the mix.

"I like that they run a pro-style offense and they put a lot of people into the [National Football] League," Goodwin said.

Goodwin says he will likely wait until after his senior football season to make a verbal commitment.

"[The deciding factors are] academics and when I get there will I be able to get some playing time," Goodwin said.

This fall, Goodwin will be a four-year starter at wide receiver for Washington.

Goodwin also excels in track. At the GHSA State Track Meet, Goodwin finished second in the 200-meter dash with a 21.950-second time. He also was a part of Washington's 4x100-meter relay team that finished fourth.

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