Friday afternoon notes (satellite camps to wrap up, UNT hoops visitors)

UNT is in the midst of its final satellite camp of the summer outside of the annual Friday Night Lights extravaganza in late July. The Mean Green’s in Round Rock today.

For the last week, UNT’s coaches have been all over the state selling the tale of the Mean Green and its magical 2013 season. The idea that UNT is a program on the rise is also a prominent part of the pitch.

UNT has one commitment thus far from Tyler John Tyler wide receiver Rodney Bendy. There might be at least one more commitment coming UNT’s way by the end of the weekend.

I talked to Marshall offensive lineman Chett Munden yesterday. He was at one of UNT’s stops on the tour and had a lot of nice things to say about the job the Mean Green’s staff is doing on the road.

UNT is also doing some work this summer on the basketball recruiting front and has two prospects in today …

Here are some highlights of McGee

Both those guys are a long way from starting their college careers, but it’s good for UNT to get some face time with them early on.

And finally, Dan McCarney is going to be a part of a pretty cool event on Monday that people might want to participate in.

The AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic is hosting a free youth football clinic at AT&T Stadium. Mac will speak from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. during the clinic that is designed to promote youth football in North Texas. We wrote about the event in the paper last week. Kids from 7-14 are eligible.

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