UNC Football: Most Underrated Signees for the Class of 2015

4 of 5

Oct 18, 2014; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels running back T.J. Logan (8) reacts with wide receiver Ryan Switzer (3) and wide receiver Bug Howard (84) and offensive tackle John Ferranto (77) and wide receiver Mack Hollins (13) after scoring the winning touchdown with 11 seconds left in the game. The Tar Heels defeated the Yellow Jackets 48-43 at Kenan Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Polino

The 3-star offensive guard from Buford, Georgia will be one of the five Heels in the class of 2015 that may find themselves on the offensive line.  Polino stands at a modest 6’4″ and weighs in at 275 pounds.

Polino’s initial power off the line is what is most impressive about his game.  He single-handedly created holes in his opposing high school defenses by making a huge dent on the defensive line early in the play, and has the ability to drive would-be tacklers all the way to the end-zone if need be.

Fedora admitted that gaining quality players on both interior fronts was a point he wanted to discuss in the recruitment of the class of 2015, and while Polino may not see the field immediately, he will eventually make an impact offensively for this Carolina squad.

Next: #1 Most Underrated Signee: Mike Hughes