RANDLEMAN, N.C. - Four-star wide receiver Juval Mollette was offered early on by North Carolina.
Juval Mollette has North Carolina on top.
That’s made an impression on his recruitment.
“I like their offense and coaches,” Mollette told 247Sports recently at his high school. “(Offensive line) coach (Chris) Kapilovic is a really cool guy. It’s good there. I liked their skills camp and team 7-on-7 when I went there.”
North Carolina, Clemson, North Carolina State, Duke, East Carolina, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Virginia and Wake Forest have offered.
South Carolina is showing interest.
“I’ve talked to them some,” Mollette said. “(Offensive line) coach (Shawn) Elliott came by.”
“North Carolina is still on top,” Mollette said. “I also like North Carolina State, Clemson and Georgia.”
The nation’s No. 18 wide receiver details what he likes about the Bulldogs and Wolfpack as well.
Georgia - “I’ve always liked them as a football team. (Tight ends) coach (John) Lilly came here in the spring.”
North Carolina State - “That was a good visit, too, when I went there. I learned a lot and like their coaches and facilities.”
Who is after the No. 7 junior in North Carolina the hardest?
“North Carolina and North Carolina State,” Mollette said. “They’ve set the tempo in my recruitment.”
The nation’s No. 177 overall prospect in the 2015 by 247Sports has been to North Carolina and North Carolina State.
“I’m hoping to go to South Carolina, Clemson and Georgia,” Mollette said.
As a sophomore, Mollette recorded 64 catches for 1,031 yards and 11 touchdowns.