UNT is ready to join the recruiting course after hosting a group of recruits this weekend.

North Texas has made quite a splash this week, looking to put together their 2023 recruiting kit.

The Mean Green announced the addition of three transfers, including Chandler Rodgers. The former Louisiana-Monroe quarterback led a group that helped lay the groundwork for new coach Eric Morris and his team to look forward to another productive weekend starting Friday.

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UNT is set to take on a group of potential clients over the next few days, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed later this week. The exact number of players who will come has not yet been determined, but there is no doubt that UNT will have a chance to complete their class, which has grown significantly over the past few days.

UNT has added former Georgia Tech offensive lineman Paula Vaipula and Texas Tech offensive lineman Larry Moore III in addition to Rogers over the past few days.

This trio joins a class that has begun to come together since Morris was hired on December 13th.

Morris convinced local Coffeyville, Kansas college quarterback Marcus Moore to stick to the commitment he made to UNT under former coach Seth Littrell. Mean Green also brought in wide receiver Guyer Landon Sides and Louisiana transfer guard Damon Youngblood.

The coming days promise to be busy at the UNT. The interim signing period ends on Sunday.

Second semester classes start on Tuesday, making this weekend a key time for the UNT to add mid-term players who can participate in spring practice.

UNT is also quickly running out of time before the traditional college football signing day. Signing day falls on the first Wednesday of February each year.

The calendar didn’t help UNT in Morris’ rookie season. The first day of the month is Wednesday, so UNT staff have little time to not only complete additional translations, but also put the finishing touches on their class as a whole.

Several students are expected to visit UNT this weekend.

The two high schoolers who competed in the UNT during the Littrell era remain loyal to Mean Green in South Oak Cliff linebacker Dylan Brown-Turner and Houston Westside running back Jahbari Kuikendall.

The UNT class could look very different towards the end of what is expected to be a busy weekend for Morris and his new staff.

BRETT VITO can be contacted at 940-566-6870 and on Twitter at @brettvito.

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