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Video: Kevin Knox discusses top schools at McDonald's All-American Game

Rivals' Eric Bossi sits down with five-star small forward Kevin Knox at the McDonald's All-American Game practices to get the latest on his recruitment. Knox has a final list of Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Florida State. View Video...

Kevin Knox knows it's time to decide, he just doesn't know who to pick

Kevin Knox knows when, he just doesn’t know where. “And that’s the problem,” Knox said with a laugh. “I have to figure that out. I just need time to do that.” Knox pegged the week of April 17, following the Jordan Brand Classic, as the time he’ll decide between North Carolina, Duke, Florida State and Kentucky because that’s Tampa Catholic’s (Tampa, Fla.) spring break. (USA Today)

Zion Williamson named All-USA first team

Spartanburg Day junior Zion Williamson was named a USA Today first-team “All-USA” player Tuesday. Williamson averaged 37 points and 13 rebounds last season to lead his team to a second straight N.C. Independent Schools 2A state championship. He’s being recruited by Duke, North Carolina, Clemson, Kentucky, Louisville, N.C. State and South Carolina, among others. (Charlotte Observer)

McDonald's All-American Game: Putting Kevin Knox's selection into a Tampa perspective

Tampa Catholic's Kevin Knox is the latest. The 6-foot-9 forward, a consensus five-star recruit, will play in the McDonald's All-American Game on Wednesday at Chicago's United Center. Knox realizes the magnitude of the moment. Michael Jordan played in this game. So did Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Shaquille O'Neal. (Tampa Bay Times)

McDonald’s Game Practice Notes: Kevin Knox Hearing Kentucky Pitch

Kevin Knox said Monday at McDonanl's All-American Game practice that the Kentucky commits on his team — Quade Green, P.J. Washington, Jarred Vanderbilt and Nick Richards — are making a “24/7” pitch for him to join them in Lexington. Knox plans for a mid-April decision, and players declaring for the NBA Draft will factor into this decision. Duke, Kentucky, UNC, and Florida State are in the mix. (Zag's Blog)

Video: Kevin Knox Senior Season Mix Tape

6'9 Kevin Knox's (Tampa Catholic High School) official senior season Mixtape. Knox was named Florida Mr. Basketball, McDonald's All American, Nike Hoop Summit and more. He will chose between UNC, Kentucky, Duke and Florida State. View Video...

Move to Gray Collegiate worked for Jalek Felton

Jalek Felton didn’t get the state championship he wanted, but his senior season hardly was a failure. The Gray Collegiate standout won several awards, including the South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year, and was invited to play in a pair of national all-star games. Felton also is The State’s Midlands Boys Basketball Player of the Year. (The State)

Andrew Platek Named To 2017 Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game Roster

Rosters for the regional game of the 2017 Jordan Brand Classic were revealed on Friday, and North Carolina shooting guard signee Andrew Platek was among those named. The prestigious game will be returning to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Friday, April 12. The national game players were announced in January. Here are the complete regional game rosters. (SLAM Online)

Zion Williamson Keeps Future Wide Open

Spartanburg Day School star Zion Williamson, among the nation’s top juniors this past season, says contrary to various chatter on social media, he’s not made any “final five” list for his college choices. The only school he’s committed to at this point is Spartanburg Day for his senior season. He also notes that he doesn’t plan to reveal his college choice until the after his senior season. (WSPA.com)

Kevin Knox Awaits Nike Hoop Summit, Commitment Decision

Only four major fan bases are really paying attention to Kevin Knox now, as the 6-foot-9, 205-pound scoring phenom has his list narrowed down to four schools – Duke, Florida State, Kentucky and North Carolina. “It’s been a rocky road at times in this process, but I’m glad I’m down to four schools I really like,” he explained, and he is expected to make his decision between April 10-16. (USA Basketball)

Wendell Moore named NCBCA N.C. high school basketball player of the year

Cox Mill sophomore Wendell Moore has been voted the N.C. state player of the year by the N.C. Basketball Coaches Association. Last year, Moore became one of the few freshmen that North Carolina coach Roy Williams has ever offered a scholarship. He also has offers from Charlotte, Florida, Georgia, N.C. State, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. (Charlotte Observer)

UNC signees Jalek Felton, Jaelynn Murray named SC Gatorade Players of Year

Jalek Felton was named South Carolina Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year on Monday. Felton is the 11th Midlands player to win the award, which began in 1986. His selection gives the Midlands a sweep in the state’s top two awards with Dreher’s Jaelynn Murray winning the girls player of the year last week. Felton and Murray are signed to play with North Carolina. (The State)

UNC basketball commit Coby White named NC Gatorade player of the year

Greenfield School’s Coby White is the 2016-17 N.C. Gatorade boys basketball player of the year. White, a 6-foot-5 junior point guard, committed to UNC. Last season, he led Greenfield School to an N.C. Independent Schools’ 1A semifinal appearance and averaged 31 points per game. He was a 1A all-state pick and is ranked No. 33 in the recruiting class of 2018 by ESPN. (Charlotte Observer)

UNC signee Sterling Manley leads team to Ohio final four

UNC basketball signee Sterling Manley helped lead his Pickerington (Ohio) Central squad to the state final four Saturday. The 6-10, 230-pound Manley had 21 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots as Central defeated rival Pickerington North. The Tigers improved to 26-2 and will meet the state’s top-ranked team Cincinnati Moeller (27-0) in a state semifinal on Friday. (247 Sports)

Kevin Knox Named Florida Mr. Basketball

Tampa Catholic forward Kevin Knox, one of the premier high school players in the nation, was named the Florida Dairy Farmers' Mr. Basketball on Saturday, an award given to the state’s top player regardless of classification. Knox, a 6-foot-8 forward, has narrowed his list of schools to Duke, Florida State, Kentucky and North Carolina and will announce his college decision in mid-April. (Tampa Bay Times)

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

Sunday, June 18, 2017
Watching 2018 5 star shooting guard Romeo Langford (UNC offer) at the FIBA World Cup U-19 practices in Colorado Springs, CO

Sunday, April 30, 2017
Watching 2019 SG Josh Nickelberry (UNC offer), 2018 SG Romeo Langford (UNC offer), 2019 PF Armando Bacot, 2018 SF Nassir Little, 2019 PG Ashton Hagans, and 2019 SF Christian Brown at the Adidas Uprising in Atlanta, GA

4/28/2017 - 4/29/2017
Watching 2019 SF Joey Baker, 2018 PF Miles Norris, 2018 PF Nazreon Reid, 2018 C Moses Brown, 2018 PF Ian Steere, 2018 UNC PG commit Rechon Black, 2018 UNC CG commit Coby White, 2018 SF Jairus Hamilton (UNC offer), 2018 SF Jaylen Hoard, and 2020 SG Jonathan Jackson (Justin's brother) in Fishers, IN

4/22/2017 - 4/23/2017
Watching 2018 SG Romeo Langford (UNC offer), 2019 SG Josh Nickelberry (UNC offer), 2020 PF Isaiah Todd, 2019 SF Christian Brown, 2018 SF Zion Williamson (UNC offer), and Armando Bacot in Dallas, TX

Friday, April 21, 2017
Watching 2018 SF Jairus Hamilton (UNC offer), 2019 C D.J. Burns, 2018 UNC PG commit Coby White, and 2018 SF Jaylen Hoard in Hampton, VA

More Recruiting Visits

Top UNC Basketball Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Jalek Felton2017 PG
Romeo Langford2018 SG
Zion Williamson2018 SF
Matthew Hurt2019 PF
Garrison Brooks2017 PF
Brandon Huffman2017 PF
Rechon Black2018 PG
Jairus Hamilton2018 SF
Coby White2018 CG
Wendell Moore2019 SF

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