North Carolina Tar Heels offer Reidsville’s Kendre Harrison both football and basketball scholarships and could Kendre be leaving Reidsville early???

Hubert Davis was on hand at UNC Football’s King of the Hill 7-on-7 event to watch Reidsville High School two-sport standout Kendre Harrison. Harrison announced that Davis offered him a scholarship spot on his Tar Heels’ basketball team. Harrison already held an offer from Mack Brown and the football program.

A 6-foot-7, 250-pound athlete, Harrison is a 5-star tight end and a top-30 basketball prospect as a forward.

He was recently named the MaxPreps Make National Athlete of the Year and the N.C. High School Athletic Association’s Male Athlete of the Year after he helped Reidsville to 2A state championships in both basketball and football.

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And could Kendre be leaving the Reidsville Rams early???

from the Charlotte Observer:
Just two weeks after he won the MaxPreps’ national male athlete of the year, Reidsville High School two-sport star Kendre Harrison could be leaving the school….

Harrison, a 6’7, 245 pound tight end and post player has applied to Providence Day School in southeast Charlotte, a source close to the situation told the Charlotte Observer. Providence Day is private school and a member of the North Carolina Independent Schools’ Athletic Association…

**********The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s football program became the first Power 5 team to offer Reidsville athlete Dionte Neal.**********

Neal is an advanced standout as a point guard in basketball and as a receiver/defensive back in football.

UNC offered the class of 2026 prospect as an “athlete”. Neal is also competing for the starting quarterback spot for Reidsville this season.

Info on Harrison and Neal to UNC, coming in from and the HighSchool OT…Info on Harrison to Providence Day from Charlotte Observer…