McDonogh offensive lineman Jared Cohen on Tuesday announced plans to play football at North Carolina next season, apparently concluding a recruitment that took a turn late last year when the four-star prospect decommitted from Maryland.
Cohen posted a photo on his Twitter account Tuesday night in which he wore a North Carolina hoodie and baseball cap.
"Officially committed to the UNC Tar Heels!! #GoHeels," Cohen wrote.
The committment came after an in-home visit by North Carolina coach Chris Kapilovic, 247Sports reported.
Cohen did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Cohen, who helped the Eagles win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title last season, committed to the Terps last February. He had second thoughts after Penn State coaches expressed interest, and decommitted from Maryland in order to visit State College.
"When I first began my recruitment, Penn State was my top school. Recently, they told me they wanted to offer me," Cohen wrote on Twitter in December. "I told the Maryland coaches that I wanted to go up there for an official visit, but they said the only way that I could go was if I decommitted. I didn't want to, but I was given no other choice."