Two more prospects join UNC's 2016 class

Much of North Carolina’s 2016 recruiting class was wrapped up before December, but over the weekend, the Tar Heels landed two of the few remaining senior targets on their board.

On Friday night, athlete Myles Dorn of Charlotte, North Carolina, announced that he’ll play his college ball in Chapel Hill. The son of former UNC player Torin Dorn, Myles chose the Heels over Clemson, NC State and Ohio State.

Rated the No. 24 senior in his state on the 247Sports Composite, Dorn was recruited by Larry Fedora’s staff as a defensive back.

Shortly before UNC played in the ACC Championship Game on Saturday night, 2016 wide receiver Rontavius Groves pulled the trigger on his recruitment by pledging to the Heels. A 5-11, 175-pound prospect from Pearl-Cohn High School in Nashville, Tennessee, Groves is rated the No. 72 wideout in his class.

With its two latest commitments, UNC has 24 players in its 2016 class.