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P.J. Dozier’s growth shows on and off the court
Now a solid 6-foot-6, point guard P.J. Dozier is rated 29th in the ESPN 100 and spending this weekend at the Fab 48 tournament in...

Seventh Woods: Don’t Miss the Forest For the Trees
Whether he’s the next anyone or just the first Seventh Woods, the YouTube-generated fame he achieved led TV shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live and...

Stephen Zimmerman's recruitment in full swing
Steve Alford walked in. Then Roy Williams and an assistant coach entered. Georgetown sent an assistant, while John Thompson III arrived shortly after. Arizona assistant...

All eyes on Antonio Blakeney at AAU Super Showcase
Just about everyone wanted to see Antonio Blakeney on Thursday. The five-star shooting guard from Orlando, Fla., is in Louisville this week with this Each1Teach1...

Skal Labissiere Considering Playing Overseas
When I first wrote about Skal Labissiere, a little more than two years ago, he was a 6-foot-9, 16-year-old still adjusting to life and basketball...

Edrice “Bam” Adebayo: Showing That Killer Instinct
Built like a full grown man, Edrice Adebayo has shown over the past two weeks that he belongs in that group of top players in...

Video: Harry Giles is Back - 2014 Peach Jam Mixtape
Harry Giles seems to have recovered nicely from knee surgery as he puts on a show at last weekend's Nike Peach Jam...

UNC reaches out to recent SMU decommit Matt McQuaid
The SMU Mustangs also suffered a hit to their 2015 recruiting class, when shooting guard Matt McQuaid decided to decommit and reopen his recruitment. "I...

Antonio Blakeney makes the jump to elite status
Antonio Blakeney has been a star in the state of Florida for a couple of years now, having averaged 24.8 points as a sophomore that...

Jalek Felton Drawing Serious Recruiting Interest
2017 combo guard Jalek Felton (Mullins, S.C./Mullins) has been drawing some more interest of late, reports Justin Byerly. N.C. State, North Carolina, Florida, Wake Forest,...

Harry Giles looking to regain his spot in 2016
It wasn't long ago that Harry Giles III was considered the consensus best player in the class of 2016. In fact, many thought he was...

Stephen Zimmerman's top seven, visit plans
Class of 2015 center Stephen Zimmerman has narrowed down his choice of schools to a top seven, per ZagsBlog and SNY.tv. Kansas, UNLV, North Carolina,...

Roy Williams offers 2016 SG Malik Monk
Roy Williams offered a scholarship to 2016 5-star shooting guard Malik Monk (6-4, 180, Bentonville, Ark.) on Monday night according to multiple sources. Williams got a...

Roy Williams offers 2015 center Skal Labissiere
North Carolina is hunting for elite post players in the 2015 class, and Skal Labissiere is certainly one of them. He landed an offer from...

Harry Giles, Dennis Smith Jr., Edrice Adebayo a strong in-state trio in the Class of 2016
Three players from North Carolina are in the top 12 of ESPN's Class of 2016 rankings, and two of those players are participating in the...

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

Tuesday, March 31, 2015
In Pinetown, NC, to visit 2016 power forward Edrice Adebayo.

Monday, March 30, 2015
Visiting 2016 5-star point guard Dennis Smith, Jr. at Trinity Christian School in Fayetteville, NC

Saturday, February 28, 2015
Watching 2015 5-star SF Jaylen Brown in the Georgia high school state playoffs at Hank McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta, GA

Saturday, February 21, 2015
Watching 2015 5-star SF Jaylen Brown at his high school in Marietta, GA

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Visiting 2016 4-star small forward Maverick Rowan in Fort Lauderdale, FL

More Recruiting Visits

Top UNC Basketball Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Jaylen Brown2015 SF
Brandon Ingram2015 SF
Edrice Adebayo2016 PF
Harry Giles2016 PF
Malik Monk2016 SG
Kobi Simmons2016 SG
Dennis Smith2016 PG
Jayson Tatum2016 SF
Seventh Woods2016 PG
Jalek Felton2017 SG

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