UNC Football program continues to add to 2025 recruiting class

Over the weekend, the UNC football program has earned four commitments, three of which come from the Class of 2025.
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Mack Brown and the UNC football program continue to go to work on the recruiting trail, as they've hauled in yet another Class of 2025 prospect this weekend.

On Sunday afternoon, three-star edge rusher Anthony Kruah announced his commitment to the UNC football program. He became the third Class of 2025 standout to commit to the Tar Heels this weekend.

A 6-foot-2, 210-pounder from Marietta (Georgia) High School, Kruah had intended to take summer official visits to Auburn, Baylor and Boston College. However, his visit to Chapel Hill this week during spring practices helped seal the deal, as he'll take his talents to North Carolina.

Kruah put together a strong junior season as he recorded five sacks and 70 total tackles. He also had 10.5 tackles for loss while also blocking two field goal attempts as well as recording an interception.

It's been a great weekend for Mack Brown and company, as numerous recruits were in Chapel Hill to take in the program's annual spring game. Barring any other decisions that may come before the weekend comes to a close, you have to be pleased with the haul the Tar Heels brought in this weekend, as they added three players to the Class of 2025 while also bringing in a defensive transfer that can help this year's team.


With Krauh's commitment, the UNC football program now has 10 players within its 2025 recruiting class. As we've been preaching over the last few days, the program is far from done with regard to recruiting this particular class, as there's still plenty of room to bring in some more talent for the future.