Three star wide receiver Jordan Fieulleteau of Raleigh, NC has signed his letter of intent to play college football for the North Carolina Tar Heels. Jordan is one of four players in the 2013 class that have enrolled early and already signed, Keeping It Heel is profiling them along with each prospects who signs his LOI today.
Fieulleteau chose to play for Larry Fedora at UNC without really considering other programs. UNC was the first to offer him a scholarship and he committed in February after just one visit. Wake Forest, N.C. State, Duke and East Carolina had also expressed interest in recruiting him. When Fieulleteau committed many recruiting insiders felt it was an inevitable move.
Fieulleteau has visited Chapel Hill many times since he committed becoming almost a fixture at any event in which recruits were around campus.
Jordan made 111 catches for 1,669 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior, as a junior, posted 86 receptions for 1,200 yards and 24 touchdowns; the third-most touchdown receptions in state history and second-highest reception total in a season.
Fieulleteau is one of three current commits at the WR position joining Ryan Switzer and Johnathan Howard. The program is waiting on the decision from four star prospect Marquez North. Erik Highsmith departs the program while T.J. Thorpe returns from injury, depending on North’s decision Fieulleteau could find himself on the field next season but will have to compete with fellow freshman Switzer and Howard first.
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