Former Clemson commitment told the Winston-Salem Journal that he is going to stick with his UNC commitment and is looking forward to playing in an up-tempo offense.
Fedora's spread offense often will run plays every 15 seconds and Prince said that he welcomed the opportunity to play in an up-tempo system.
"I am so ready to play that way," he said. "I'm a good pass blocker. I can pick up the pass rush, and I can get the rushing defense, too. I can hold my own. I've been doing this for a good eight years now."
Prince has participated in track in the discus and the shot put. He played basketball this season but left the team about midway through the season after losing about 15-20 pounds. He is working to add back the weight for his senior football season.
After changing his commitment once, Prince said that his future is set.
"I'm sticking with Carolina," he said.