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Keith Gatlin talks about Harry Giles' visit to Maryland
Harry Giles and 6-10, 250-pound center Diamond Stone of Milwaukee, the top-rated big man in the country will be at the top of a list...

Diamond Stone Names a Top 5, Drops UNC
Diamond Stone, the 6-foot-10 big man from Milwaukee Dominican, announced his top five schools on Thursday, according to reports. Stone listed Duke, Maryland, Oklahoma State,...

Harry Giles, Team USA strike gold
Wesleyan Christian Academy’s Harry Giles scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds as the United States defeated Australia 99-92 in the gold medal game of...

Top UNC Recruits Make USA U17 Basketball Team
UNC basketball recruits Ivan Rabb, Henry Ellenson, Diamond Stone, Malik Newman, Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum, and V.J. King were all chosen for the U17 USA...

Could Luke Maye get a UNC offer?
UNC remains commit-less for the 2015 recruiting class. North Carolina's main big men targets all hail from locales west of the Mississippi. Ivan Rabb (California),...

Diamond Stone, Malik Newman package deal not a certainty
There's been much made of a potential Diamond Stone-Malik Newman package deal, but according to the father of five-star center Stone, it's not a certainty...

247Sports Updated 2015 Composite Basketball Rankings
247Sports released their updated 2015 Composite basketball recruit rankings last week, and several UNC targets made the list. The Composite Index is a ranking system...

Updated 2015 Scout.com Top 100
Scout.com has a new No. 1 player in the 2015 class. After a strong spring Diamond Stone, a standout at Milwaukee (Wisc.) Dominican, moved his...

Malik Newman Says Package With Diamond Stone is ’100 Percent’
Plenty of high school basketball players say they will become package deals to college. But very few actually make it happen. Malik Newman says he...

Ivan Rabb enjoys UNC visit
Ivan Rabb visited UNC on Monday and while in the triangle area he stopped by Durham to talk with Duke's coaches. Rabb is visiting Georgetown...

Diamond Stone, Malik Newman Talking Package Deal
Diamond Stone reiterated to Evan Daniels of Scout.com on Saturday that he and Malik Newman – two of the top prospects in the Class of...

Ivan Rabb to visit UNC Monday
Ivan Rabb, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2015 according to ESPN.com and a potential NBA lottery pick in 2016 will visit North...

Crystal Ball Predictions for UNC basketball recruits
UNC is pursuing a number of big men in the 2015 class. Ivan Rabb, Diamond Stone, Stephen Zimmerman, Thomas Bryant, and Henry Ellenson are all...

Breaking Down UNC's 2015 Basketball Recruiting
UNC coaches spent last weekend evaluating high school prospects around the country. UNC has six offers out to 2015 recruits, not including offers to players...

Video: Malik Newman has a big weekend at Jayhawk Invitational
Malik Newman is currently the No. 1 player in the country according to Rivals.com. The 6-foot-3 scoring guard from Jackson, Mississippi had the jumper rolling...

Basketball Evaluation Period Preview
It's going to be a hectic weekend for college basketball coaches, as there are a number of live events throughout the country. Scout.com will be...

Chase Jeter Trims List to 6
Chase Jeter has trimmed his list to six schools and eliminated North Carolina. The 2015 5-star center from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas...

Malik Newman, Diamond Stone "working on teaming up together in college"
Malik Newman is the top-guard in the ESPN 60 and No. 2 overall player in the 2015 recruiting class: "Recruiting is going pretty good. Most...

Malik Newman, Diamond Stone a package deal?
Malik Newman hasn’t said much about his impending recruitment to date. His final decision could be the same as another top 2015 prospect in Diamond...

Roy Williams visits Stephen Zimmerman
Roy Williams was in Las Vegas on Friday visiting with 2015 5-star center Stephen Zimmerman and his family. Zimmerman is one of 3 centers on UNC's...

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