Additionally, UNC is waiting to receive Brantley's transcripts from Durham (N.C.) Mount Zion Christian Academy before accepting a verbal commitment.
"They just want to make sure I'm getting it done [in the classroom]," Brantley said.
Brantley expects UNC to receive his transcripts by next week.
The lack of a verbal commitment doesn't mean Brantley's visit didn't go well.
"The whole visit went great," Brantley said. "I felt like I was home."
Most of Brantley's stay was spent speaking to John Shoop, UNC's offensive coordinator, Charlie Williams, UNC's wide receiver coach, and Butch Davis.
"They just talked about how they're going to use me in the offense, they're high on me, and they respect my grind," Brantley said.
Brantley made sure to ask about the academic side of UNC, as it pertains to football players.
"I asked mostly about the academics," Brantley said. "I just asked about the tutoring, how difficult it is as a freshman, [and] what they required."
Brantley spent an hour speaking to Davis in his office.
"He's a great guy," Brantley said. "He made me feel like I was one of the biggest prospects he's ever talked to. He talked about how I reminded him of Santana Moss, when [Davis] recruited him. He made me feel at home and like they really wanted me."
Brantley's stay also included a complete tour of the campus.
"That was my first time seeing the Basketball Museum," said Brantley, who has toured the campus during previous visits to UNC. "They have all the great players that came through there and the trophies. It was impressive."
Brantley said he plans to return to UNC on Saturday to watch the Tar Heels' practice.