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UNC has announced four January enrollees: Jordan Fieulleteau, Khris Francis, R.J. Prince and Mitch Trubisky. All four graduated early from high school and have enrolled in classes for the spring semester.
Here are the players' bios, according to UNC's sports information department:
6-3, 200, Freshman
Raleigh, N.C. (Wakefield)
Pronounced fee-ALL-toe ... Named to the North Carolina Associated Press All-State team and the NCPreps.com All-State team ... Received the most votes on the AP all-state team ... Made 111 catches for 1,669 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior ... Led the team in scoring ... Wakefield was 11-2 and advanced to the state playoffs ... As a junior, posted 86 receptions for 1,200 yards and 24 touchdowns ... Third-most touchdown receptions in state history and second-highest reception total in a season ... Has the most touchdown catches in the nation in past two seasons ... Coached by Rod Sink ... Son of Kendra Clarke ... Born June 10, 1995.
5-9, 195, Freshman
Durham, N.C. (Hillside)
Member of North Carolina's Shrine Bowl team ... Considered the No. 31 running back in the country by ESPN.com ... Ranked the No. 99 running back in the country by Scout.com ... Ran 251 times for 2,100 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior ... Also had 328 yards and five touchdowns receiving ... Was twice named the conference offensive back of the year ... Rushed for 2,251 yards with 31 touchdowns as a junior ... Also added 90 yards in receptions with one touchdown ... Coached by Antonio King ... Son of Chris and Bobbi Hadersbeck ... Born December 25, 1993.
6-7, 310, Freshman
Albemarle, N.C. (Albemarle)
Named to the North Carolina Associated Press All-State team and the NCPreps.com All-State team ... Member of North Carolina's Shrine Bowl team ... Competed in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl ... Considered the No. 51 offensive tackle in the country by Scout.com and one of the top 10 in the South ... Coached by Danny Akins ... Son of Valerie and Roger Prince Sr. ... Born April 19, 1995.
6-3, 195, Freshman
Mentor, Ohio (Mentor)
Pronounced truh-BISS-kee ... Named Mr. Football in the state of Ohio by the Associated Press, an annual award given to the top high school player regardless of division ... Ranked the No. 19 quarterback in the country by Scout.com ... Is the most prolific passer in the Greater Cleveland area, becoming the first to pass for more than 9,000 career yards and more than 4,000 yards as a senior ... Passed for 4,063 yards as a senior, including 1,593 in four playoff games ... Also rushed for 899 yards ... Scored 108 points and was responsible for 51 touchdowns ... Threw for 42 touchdowns and rushed for 18 ... Team finished 12-2 and advanced to the state semifinals ... Mentor was 30-8 during his three-years the quarterback ... Among the top 10 passers in Ohio history with 9,126 yards and 92 touchdowns ... Also rushed for 1,559 career yards and 33 touchdowns, averaging 4.1 per carry ... Also served as Mentor's punter in 2012 and had a 40.8 average ... Coached by Steve Trivisonno ... Son of Jeanne and Dave Trubisky ... Born August 20, 1994.
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