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UNC recruits give strong showing at all-star games

To me, the player who could make the greatest impact for Carolina is Justin Jackson. This is a guy who runs the floor extremely well for a 6-foot-8 player. He can catch, pass, and shoot. Most importantly for the Tar Heels, he seems to have a well-developed mid-range game. UNC recruit Joel Berry did not play in the Jordan game, but in the McDonalds’ game he showed quick feet at the defensive end. Theo Pinson is another highly rated player committed to the Tar Heels. Pinson is just 6-foot-6, but plays much taller. (WRAL Sports Fan)


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