UNC Football program announces “Senior Day” participants

Oct 7, 2023; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels defensive back Giovanni Biggers (27) and wide receiver Devontez Walker (9) run out before the first half of the game against the Syracuse Orange at Kenan Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jaylynn Nash-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 7, 2023; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels defensive back Giovanni Biggers (27) and wide receiver Devontez Walker (9) run out before the first half of the game against the Syracuse Orange at Kenan Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jaylynn Nash-USA TODAY Sports /
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The UNC football program announced which players will be participating in the “Senior Day” ceremonies ahead of the team’s final home game.

The 2023-2024 college football regular season has flown by, as the UNC football program prepares for its final home game against Duke on Saturday night.

Prior to the game, the UNC football program will host its annual “Senior Day” festivities, as they’ll take time to honor the student-athletes for their contributions during their time in Chapel Hill.

As previously noted, Drake Maye will NOT participate, but there are plenty of others who will.

Here is the full list of “Senior Day” participants, as released by the UNC Football program:

Cayden Baker
Gio Biggers*
Kendrick Bingley-Jones
Jefferson Boaz
British Brooks*
Jalen Brooks
Noah Burnette
Chance Carroll
Don Chapman*
John Copenhaver
Colby Doreen
Desmond Evans
Tomari Fox*
Amari Gainer*
Corey Gaynor*
Cedric Gray
Elijah Green
Jake Harkleroad
Kevin Hester
Christopher Holliday
Alijah Huzzie
Drew Little*
Kamari Morales
Myles Murphy
Spencer Rolland*
Kaimon Rucker
Landon Stevens
Spencer Triplett
Ethan West
Trey Zimmerman

*- players who have exhausted their eligibility

A good amount of the players on the list can return to Chapel Hill if they elect to, as they have eligibility remaining. However, participating in “Senior Day” likely means that they are ready to move on in some capacity, as the fans will have the opportunity to thank each individual student-athlete for all their hard work and dedication to the UNC football program.

The Tar Heels will battle Duke this evening in the latest edition of the Battle for the Victory Bell. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:00 PM EST.

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