Four UNC commitments and two remaining targets have made the final cut for the Top247 national prospect rankings.
Headlining the selections is Mentor (Ohio) high four-star quarterback Mitch Trubisky, an early enrollee. Trubisky ascended into the top 100 a month ago after a stellar senior season and finishes at No. 79, eight spots up from the last update.
Trubisky winds up ranked as the nation’s No. 1 dual-threat quarterback and moved from a 94 to 95 rating.
Next in line is Timber Creek (N.J.) defensive end Dajaun Drennon.
Drennon vaulted to No. 119 from No. 201, aided by his performance in the Semper Fi all-star game. His rating rose from 92 to 94.
In the process, he jumped high school defensive tackle teammate Greg Webb. Webb slipped to No. 175 from No. 128, with his rating going from 94 to 92.
Two spots ahead of Webb is Northern Guilford (N.C.) running back T.J. Logan.
Logan inched up eight spots to No. 173, adding an uptick in his rating from 92 to 93.
Mallard Creek (N.C.) receiver target MarQuez North dipped to No. 155 in the final rankings, while Milton (Ga.) defensive end target Carl Lawson – who may take a UNC official Jan. 25 -- came in at No. 24 nationally.