Monday, August 16, 2010

Salisbury's Romar Morris commits to UNC

Salisbury High running back Romar Morris has committed to North Carolina, his former AAU coach told the Observer.

Morris, a 5-10, 170-pound senior, ran 175 times for 1,330 yards and 17 touchdowns last season at Salisbury. The Hornets reached the N.C. 3AA Western Regional championship game last season.

Salisbury plays at home against South Rowan to start the 2010 season Friday night.

Morris is the third member of Rick Lewis' Carolina Flight AAU basketball team to commit to the Tar Heels for football. Durham Jordan receiver T.J. Thorpe (6-0, 180) committed this year and former Lenoir Hibriten star Darius Lipford is a freshman linebacker at North Carolina this season.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

UNC-CHeat. Paying players since 2005 with poor results.

Anonymous said...

How will a TV ban work for UNC? The loss of 20 scholarships and no post season play for 3 years? WOW! Add to that the loss of tv for all UNC home games? DOUBLE WOW!!!

Anonymous said...

Where are you hearing about this TV ban, loss of scholarships, and postseason ban?

Anonymous said...

Do you people actually believe these ban rumors? Nobody has reported anything close to that. Actually it's been reported that this is about certain players and not UNC. But you believe what ever you want. I'm sure you think that email from the African prince wanting to give you money is real too.

Anonymous said...

Seriously, someone tell Coach K to stop posting stuff on here......

Anonymous said...

SHOW. ME. THE. MONEY!

Anonymous said...

nc state can you smell another 5-8 season? keep cryin