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Dwight Jones touched down in North Carolina late Saturday evening and began the drive from the airport in Greensboro to his new college home in Chapel Hill. While en route, the 6-4, 217-pound incoming freshman wide receiver spoke with InsideCarolina.com.
InsideCarolina.com has learned that Dwight Jones has been cleared by the NCAA to transfer to North Carolina and is scheduled to arrive in N.C. on Saturday evening.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The Dwight Jones situation has been a roller coaster ride through the academic admissions process for prospective student-athletes, leaving many observers wondering how the entire
procedure works, and more importantly, where does this situation leave the talented wide receiver?
Just when it seemed like the Dwight Jones saga had come to a conclusion, new developments have re-opened the possibility of the prep star enrolling at North Carolina for the 2008 season.
According to multiple sources close to the situation, Dwight Jones will not play football for North Carolina.
Dwight Jones, a four-star wide receiver from Hargrave Military Academy, was all set to enroll at North Carolina this month. But the 6'5 Jones fell short of qualifying academically to enroll at UNC. Now, Louisville is on Jones' short-list of backup options. Jones spoke with InsideTheVille.com Tuesday night about situation.
January 15, 2008