And many of those young kids were athletes from Kenan Stadium’s backyard.
“We know, to do things the way we want to do it here, we have to do it with in-state kids,” Fedora said.
Fedora signed seven in-state football players with the highlight being Northern Guilford’s TJ Logan. The running back compiled 3,146 yards and 47 touchdowns, averaging 10.7 yards per carry, despite playing in the fourth quarter only twice during his senior season. Fedora admitted that North Carolina star running back Gio Bernard may have done a better job recruiting Logan for the Tar Heels than Fedora did himself