North Carolina is declining zonovan night He would give up the last two seasons of eligibility and head to the NFL. Knight is the second Wolfpack to come back for the NFL Draft, joining RB right-back ricky person, who announced his intentions last month, along with gambler Trenton Gill.
– Zonovan Knight (@knight_zonovan) December 30, 2021
5-foot-11, 210-pound rider He was the Pack’s lead contestant in each of the past three seasons. So far in his state career, Knight has 419 carriers for 2,286 yards, 18 touchdowns and 48 receptions for 337 yards.
The former Bailey (North Carolina) South Nash star had a prolific high school career for the Firebirds. When he was old, he rushed for a school record of 2,054 yards and 26 touchdowns. In total, he counted 5,073 yards to the ground in his career, which is also a school record. Knight finished his high school career with 6,007 all-purpose yards and 80 touchdowns.
He was a four-star recruit, No. 18 in the 2019 class and No. 13 player in North Carolina according to 247Sports. Knight, who was originally committed to Duke, chose the package on nearly 20 scholarship offers, including Blue Devils, Purdue, Boston College, Louisville, UNC, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and others.
Knight’s departure leaves the bundle with four consecutive scholarships on the list Jordan HoustonAnd Dilbert MimsAnd half sumo and DeMarcus Jones. Plus a four star in Greenville (NC) Rose Michael Allen You will register in January.
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