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Roy Williams, Reggie Bullock watch Brandon Ingram Friday
North Carolina coach Roy Williams, assistant Steve Robinson, and former Tar Heel-current L.A. Clipper guard Reggie Bullock were in Kinston Friday to watch 2015 small...

UNC's Future Is Still Bright Without Rashad Vaughn
For many fans of the North Carolina Tar Heels, Tuesday was a day of mourning following Rashad Vaughn's decision to spurn UNC and commit to...

2014 SG Peyton Allen commits to Texas A&M
Chatham Glenwood High School boys basketball star Peyton Allen has made an oral commitment to Texas A&M, the senior tweeted Thursday night. “I have officially...

Matt Ryan Planning Carolina, Duke Visits
I have an unofficial planned for UNC Thursday for the rescheduled Duke game, and a visit down to Duke next Saturday for the Syracuse game...

Video: Luke Kennard scores school-record 59 points
After a dynamite first quarter where Luke Kennard lit up Monroe for all 23 of his team's points, the 2015 guard continued his record-breaking night...

Recruiting Profile: 2015 Center Diamond Stone
2015 5-star center Diamond Stone has reshaped his body and his game has benefited from it. He is a physical presence down low on both...

Scout.com's Updated 2016 Top 50 Basketball Recruits
Since we introduced the class, Harry Giles has been Scout.com’s No. 1 prospect. Despite sitting out the season with a knee injury, Giles held on...

Brandon Ingram Talks UNC Visit
One of the top players in North Carolina, Kinston (N.C.) forward Brandon Ingram is having himself a big year, and the biggest schools in the...

Rashad Vaughn Commits to UNLV
Rashad Vaughn is staying in Las Vegas. “Next year I’ll be attending UNLV,” Vaughn said on CBSSports Network. The 6-foot-5 Vaughn also listed Iowa State,...

Updated 2015 Scout.com Top 100 Basketball Recruits
Ivan Rabb, a standout at Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O’Dowd, has jumped to the top spot in Scout.com’s 2015 rankings. At 6-foot-10, 220-pounds, Rabb is physically...

Future Tar Heel and Blue Devil players make their predictions
When No. 9 Duke heads eight miles down Tobacco Road to battle North Carolina at the Dean Dome in college basketball's most storied rivalry Wednesday...

Stephen Zimmerman, Chase Jeter planning visits
7-foot center Stephen Zimmerman plays alongside fellow 2015 big man Chase Jeter on the Dream Vision AAU team and Jeter is being courted hard by...

Rashad Vaughn to announce Tuesday on CBS Sports Network
A decision is coming soon for uncommitted senior Rashad Vaughn. The five-star guard from Findlay Prep (Nev.) will announce his college choice Tuesday evening on...

Recruiting Profile: 2015 Small Forward Brandon Ingram
6’7 small forward Brandon Ingram may be the best player in the state of North Carolina depending on who you ask. Inch for inch he...

Roy Williams on the recruiting trail Friday
Roy Williams took a detour Friday night on his way to South Bend, Indiana where the Tar Heels will take on Notre Dame Saturday. Williams...

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

Friday, September 12, 2014
On an in-home visit with 2015 SG P.J. Dozier in Columbia, SC

Thursday, September 11, 2014
Visiting 2015 5-star center Stephen Zimmerman on an in-home visit in Las Vegas, NV

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Visiting 2016 5-star SG Malik Monk at Bentonville High School in Bentonville, AR

Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Visiting 2015 5-star SF Brandon Ingram on an in-home visit in Kinston, NC

Tuesday, September 09, 2014
In Cordova, TN visiting 2015 5-star center Skal Labissiere on an in-home visit

More Recruiting Visits

Top UNC Basketball Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Brandon Ingram2015 SF
Skal Labissiere2015 C
Malik Newman2015 SG
Ivan Rabb2015 PF
Stephen Zimmerman2015 C
Edrice Adebayo2016 PF
Harry Giles2016 PF
Malik Monk2016 SG
Dennis Smith2016 PG
Jayson Tatum2016 SF

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