North Carolina Athlete / WR Leaning to Tigers and Deacs


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Mario Melton

Athlete/WR, T.W. Andrews High School (High Point, N.C.)

6'3", 200 lbs., 4.4

Bench presses 235 lbs.




As a junior, Mario Melton scored 26 touchdowns, passed for 1,875 yards and rushed for 750
yards. He is currently being recruited by Clemson, Wake Forest, Michigan,
Michigan State, Duke, North Carolina, and North Carolina State.



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Melton says he has received offers from Clemson, Morgan State, Duke, Wake Forest, and
East Carolina. Most schools are recruited him as a wide receiver / athlete.


"The schools I am favoring right now are Clemson and Wake Forest,"
Melton said. "There are a lot of things to like about Clemson. The
tradition, the running down the hill, the excitement of the fans, and the
coaching staff."


At this point, Melton doesn't have any visits lined up.

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