Tar Heel Times
Your comprehensive source for Tar Heel sports news

Dennis Smith News Archive

Dennis Smith, Jr. attends UNC-Syracuse game
Dennis Smith confirmed on his Twitter feed that he attended the North Carolina game against Syracuse tonight. The 6-3, 180-pound point guard from Fayetteville (N.C.)...

Roy Williams watches Jayson Tatum
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams watched the 247Sports Composite No. 1 prospect Jayson Tatum Thursday night. Tatum is one of many elite prospects that...

Dennis Smith, Jr. Blog: UNC, Duke, NC State Visits
Dennis Smith, Jr.: "I went to N.C. State for their game against Cincinnati with Gary Clark and those guys. It was a lot of fun;...

HSOT Day Three Notebook: Giles, Ingram, Smith
Harry Giles served up an emphatic performance on Monday night. The 6-10 power forward lit up rival Word of God with 31 points and 17...

Video: Dennis Smith, Jr. HSOT Highlights
6'2 junior Dennis Smith Jr puts on a show in front of John Wall at the HSOT Holiday Invitational at Broughton High School in Raleigh,...

Dennis Smith Jr. Talks Package Deal with Tatum, Giles, Playing Seventh Woods, Recruiting
Much has been made about the possible package deal with Jayson Tatum, Harry Giles and Dennis Smith Jr. While it is something that each...

Chick-fil-A Day Three Notebook: Woods, Felton, Ingram, Smith
I’ve watched Brandon Ingram for years, and Monday night may have been the best I’ve ever seen him play. Matched head to head against P.J...

Chick-Fil-A Day Two Notebook: Smith, Woods, Ingram
Dennis Smith, PG, Trinity Christian — Smith did not enjoy his finest outing in a loss to Morgan County (Ga.), but I can't say I...

UNC, Duke to watch Dennis Smith Thursday night
Dennis Smith, Jr is the 2nd-ranked point guard in the Class of 2016 so a lot of college programs will be vying for his services...

UNC, Duke Watch Harry Giles
Duke’s entire coaching staff along with North Carolina’s Roy Williams and Hubert Davis watched 2016 power forward Harry Giles of Wesleyan (N.C.) Christian play Tuesday...

Jayson Tatum Says Six Schools Working Hardest
One of the top players in the nation regardless of class, Jayson Tatum cut his list down to 10 schools in September, but he says...

Dennis Smith Jr. talks UNC, Duke visits
Dennis Smith, Jr.: "My first visit was the North Carolina for the Late Night with Roy thing and I had a great time. There were...

Updated Recruit List for Late Night
"Late Night with Roy" is this Friday, and Inside Carolina sources have provided an updated list of five hoops recruits who plan to attend the...

Roy Williams watches Dennis Smith, Jr.
A heavy contingent of head coaches and assistants watched the top point guard in 2016 Dennis Smith. Mike Krzyzewski and Roy Williams brought along two...

Jayson Tatum Cuts List to 10
Jayson Tatum has cut his list to ten schools. “In alphabetical order Arizona Duke Illinois Kansas Kentucky Mizzou North Carolina Saint Louis University UConn Wake...

Dennis Smith, Jr. Gives the Latest on Recruitment
Dennis Smith, Jr.: "I thought it was cool that Duke, UNC, N.C. State and Florida all reached out to me after I didn’t make the...

Jayson Tatum to Talk Package Deal with Woods, Smith Jr. and Giles
Jayson Tatum put on a show at Peach Jam, leading the St. Louis Eagles 16U squad to a 2-0 start, after being a late addition...

Dennis Smith, Jr. invited to USA Basketball training camp
Fayetteville basketball product Dennis Smith, Jr., has been added to the USA Basketball Developmental National Team Roster. Smith, who plays basketball at Trinity Christian in...

UNC all in for a Woods, Smith 2016 backcourt?
There is no reason why North Carolina would not go all in on recruiting both five-stars Dennis Smith and Seventh Woods to play together in...

Video: Dennis Smith, Jr. NBPA Top 100 Camp Highlights
New highlights from 2016 5-star point guard Dennis Smith, Jr. at last week's NBPA Top 100 Camp. Smith holds a scholarship offer from UNC, and...

Next Page >>


© 2005-2015 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.