Reggie Wilkins has changed his mind again.
The senior wide receiver/defensive back from Crest High in Shelby, N.C., said Monday that he has committed to a football scholarship at North Carolina, continuing a topsy-turvy recruitment in which he has now committed three different times.
It started in September when Wilkins, who's ranked the No. 22 player in North Carolina overall by The Charlotte Observer, committed to the Tar Heels after watching them blow out The Citadel in their season opener.
At the time, Crest High coach Roy Kirby said Wilkins and his brother have been Tar Heel fans all their lives. But in December, shortly after attending the Wolfpack's come-from-behind defeat of North Carolina at Carter-Finley Stadium, Wilkins committed to N.C. State.
On Monday, though, Wilkins said he has committed to North Carolina. He declined to comment further, though, saying he won't give any more interviews until after national signing day, which is Feb. 3.
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