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Roy Williams Offers Miles Bridges

On Monday morning Miles Bridges narrowed his list to five schools. On Monday afternoon, he landed a Tar Heel scholarship offer after Roy Williams and his assistants tracked Bridges throughout the Nike Peach Jam. “They just offered me, like just now,” Bridges said. Bridges, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound wing prospect out of Huntington (W.V.) Prep, also narrowed his list of schools to Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State and North Carolina. (Inside Carolina)

First July Eval Period: Top Performers

There might not have been a more exciting player to watch at the Peach Jam than Miles Bridges. The strong and athletic forward had it working while running with The Family. He was doing a better job of hitting shots, and also using his athleticism to finish at the rim. With coaches from Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana and North Carolina tracking his every move, Bridges really impressed and proved why he is one of the best in the country (Scout.com)

Video: Sacha Killeya-Jones's Progression

Sacha Killeya-Jones gave a strong performance at the UA All-America Camp. He and his coach, Frederick Cannon, both talked about how far he's come in the last year and about his future college decision. (Inside Carolina)

Five-star Kobi Simmons cuts list

Five-star guard Kobi Simmons has narrowed his list of school to six, his father, Demond Stephens, told Scout on Sunday. Simmons is now down to Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio State and Xavier. He did in-home visits with all six schools in the spring. The next step for Simmons is taking college visits. Simmons is regarded as the No. 5 player in the 2016 recruiting class. (Scout.com)

Jayson Tatum Commits to Duke

Five-star wing prospect Jayson Tatum will play college basketball at Duke, he announced Sunday afternoon at the Nike Peach Jam. Tatum, a standout at St. Louis (Mo.) Chaminade, picked Mike Krzyzewski and the Blue Devils over Kentucky, North Carolina and St. Louis. Tatum, who ranks No. 3 overall in the 2016 top 100, led the Peach Jam in scoring with 24.8 points and 8.6 rebounds a game. (Scout.com)

Updated Rivals.com 2016 Basketball Rankings

A few days ago, Rivals.com released its new basketball prospect 2017 rankings, today it has released its 2016 top 150. Three of the top seven players - Harry Giles, Dennis Smith, Edrice Adebayo - are from North Carolina and overall, seven of the 150 are from the Old North State. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Jayson Tatum to announce on Sunday

Jayson Tatum will announce his college decision at the Nike Peach Jam on Sunday, his father Justin Tatum told Scout late Saturday night. Tatum, a five-star prospect out St. Louis (Mo.) Chaminade, has narrowed his list to Duke, St. Louis, North Carolina and Kentucky. Tatum is currently ranked No. 3 on Scout. (Scout.com)

UNC recruits await end of NCAA investigation

Tony Bradley has spent his summer doing the kinds of things high-level basketball recruits do. A top 25 recruit in the class of 2016, the 6-foot-10 power forward from Bartow, Florida, has crisscrossed the country going to showcase camps and AAU tournaments. He's also been keeping tabs on the slow-moving wheels of NCAA justice. Like the rest of UNC's recruiting targets, he's been awaiting an outcome in the NCAA's investigation into academic fraud at the school. (Fayetteville Observer)

Killeya-Jones: "Coach Williams said he is 100 percent positive..."

In an interview with the Charlotte Observer at the Under Armour All-American Camp in the Queen City this weekend, 247Sports five-star power forward Sacha Killeya-Jones (Lynchburg, VA/Virginia Episcopal School) talked about his recruitment and UNC. “Coach Williams said he is 100 percent positive they’re not going to crack down on the men’s basketball team,” the 6-foot-10 Chapel Hill native said. (Carolina Blue)

Miles Bridges to Cut List After Peach Jam

Miles Bridges has been one of the most impressive players at the Peach Jam, with coaches like Kentucky’s John Calipari and Michigan State’s Tom Izzo among those regularly watching his games. The Michigan native currently features a list of eight schools — Michigan State, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina, N.C. State, Iowa State and Louisville — but plans to cut his list after Peach Jam. “Shortly after Peach Jam I will [cut it] down to a top five,” he said Friday. (Zag's Blog)

Miles Bridges Puts On Show At Peach Jam

It would be tough for Miles Bridges to have a better performance than the one he put on Thursday night. In need of a win, Bridges was huge for The Family as they cruised home with a victory, and he cemented himself as one of the best forwards in the country. Recruiting is still steady for Bridges who intends to make his visits in the fall, and there is no doubt that Michigan State, Kentucky, and North Carolina are going to do everything in their power to get him at their school. (Scout.com)

Dennis Smith, Edrice Adebayo conclude play at Adidas Uprising Gauntlet Finale

North Carolina's Team Loaded, which has a roster that includes in-state standouts Dennis Smith Jr. and Edrice Adebayo, lost twice Thursday and was eliminated from the Adidas Uprising Gauntlet Finale in Atlanta. After winning its opener Wednesday, Team Loaded fell 57-54 to the New York Rens and 67-64 to Texas P.R.O. In the first game, Devonte Green (Danny's younger brother) hit two tiebreaking free throws with 18 seconds left, and Smith missed a game-tying 3-point attempt at the buzzer. (Fayetteville Observer)

Malik Monk to Announce List Next Month

Malik Monk, the 6-4 shooting guard from Lepanto (ARK) Bentonville, will announce his college list next month on the radio show of his brother Marcus, Ben Roberts of NextCats reported. Marcus Monk previously told SNY.tv his brother would announce his list next month. Kentucky and Arizona are the perceived leaders for Monk, but Roberts reported Marcus said Kansas, North Carolina, Oregon and Florida State are also strongly in the mix. (Zag's Blog)

Dennis Smith Jr. shines at Adidas Uprising Gauntlet Series event

Fayetteville point guard Dennis Smith Jr., a rising senior at Trinity Christian School, is playing for North Carolina's Team Loaded at the final Adidas Uprising Gauntlet Series stop in Atlanta. In a 61-57 victory against Stackhouse Elite Uplay on Wednesday, Smith had 18 points, five assists, and three rebounds in 29 minutes. Smith played in front of coaches from Duke, UNC, NC State, and Louisville. Edrice Adebayo, another highly rated recruit in the Class of 2016, had 14 points and 12 rebounds. (Fayetteville Observer)

Harry Giles Planning Fall Decision

Harry Giles is planning to cut his college list later this summer and then arrive at a decision sometime this fall. The 6-foot-10 Giles out of Winston-Salem (N.C.) Wesleyan is considering eight schools — Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina, Wake Forest, Kansas, Syracuse, Ohio State and UNLV. “He’s still got all eight schools,” Harry Giles Sr. told SNY.tv at the Peach Jam. (Zag's Blog)

Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail

Monday, September 28, 2015
On an in-home visit with 4-star stretch forward Lauri Markkanen in Helsinki, Finland.

Thursday, September 17, 2015
On an in-home visit with 2016 4-star center Udoka Azubuike in Jacksonville, FL

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Visiting 2016 PF Harry Giles at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, VA

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Visiting with 2016 5-star shooting guard Rawle Alkins at Word of God Academy in Raleigh, NC

Thursday, September 10, 2015
Visiting 2016 PF Harry Giles at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, VA

More Recruiting Visits

Top UNC Basketball Recruits
Edrice Adebayo2016 PF
Rawle Alkins2016 SG
Jarrett Allen2016 PF
Harry Giles2016 PF
Dewan Huell2016 PF
Malik Monk2016 SG
Seventh Woods2016 PG
Wendell Carter2017 PF
Jalek Felton2017 SG
Tony Bradley2016 C

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