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UNC among schools reaching out to 2020 PG Jalen Suggs

At this early stage there can't be many point guards in the class of 2020 with as much potential as elite floor general recruit Jalen Suggs. Though he's still very young, Suggs has several offers on the table. Baylor, Georgia Tech, Creighton, Iowa, Iowa State and Iowa are among those to offer while North Carolina, Kentucky and Kansas are among those that have reached out. (Rivals.com)

Cameron Johnson takes official visit to UNC

Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson took an official visit to North Carolina this week as he nears his decision on where he will he will play basketball for the next two season. Johnson graduated from Pittsburgh in three seasons and will have two years of eligibility remaining. The 6-8 wing started his official visit to UNC on Monday and concluded it on Wednesday. (Carolina Blue)

Summer hoops recruiting roundup

Power forward Nazreon has UNC in his top 10, and Roy Williams was a frequent spectator at his summer league games. Reid impressed observers and appears to be rapidly rising in the recruit rankings after a strong performance on the shoe tour. The Tar Heels also have a head start to the recruiting cycle, with combo guard Coby White and point guard Rechon Black already committed. (North State Journal)

Cameron Johnson Completes UNC Official Visit

Cam Johnson arrived late Monday evening in Chapel Hill and left Wednesday morning. "I really enjoyed the visit and I really like it down there," said Johnson. "It's a great place. I met all the players, spent some time with Coach (Roy) Williams and the coaching staff. I went around the campus and got a pretty good feel for how it is down there." (Inside Carolina)

2020 point guard Dwon Odom receiving early ACC, UNC interest

2020 point guard Dwon Odom started off the weekend strong, but an ankle injury caused him to sit a couple of games. He came back for the semifinal and, despite being hobbled, still showed why he’s a high-major recruit with his ability to score at all three levels. Odom holds offers from Georgia Tech, Rutgers, Virginia, and Virginia Tech with early interest from UNC and Duke. (Rivals.com)

Pitt Transfer Cam Johnson Visiting North Carolina

Transferring Pittsburgh sophomore forward Cam Johnson arrived at North Carolina on Monday night and is currently visiting campus. Johnson is also considering Kentucky, Arizona, UCLA and Oregon, along with TCU and OSU. Pittsburgh is blocking his transfer to the reigning NCAA champs, meaning he would have to sit out the 2017-18 season despite being a grad transfer. (Zag's Blog)

2020 PF Isaiah Todd Among Weekend's Top Under Armour Association Performers

2020 power forward Isaiah Todd didn’t have eye popping numbers over the weekend, but in our viewing on Saturday the 6-foot-9 power forward was more than impressive. For his age, he’s advanced offensively and has an impressive set of tools on that end of the floor. Among Todd's early recruiters are UNC, Miami, Wake Forest, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Kansas, Maryland, Kentucky, and Duke. (Scout.com)

Restricting Cam Johnson's transfer is "petty and it’s vindictive"

Restricting Cam Johnson’s transfer is the same as a non-compete provision in an employment contract. Think of it this way — Cam Johnson could quit playing basketball and accept a job on UNC’s staff and reveal all of Pitt’s magnificent basketball secrets and could write a book about Pitt’s program and reveal all of Pitt’s secrets. It’s absurd to the point of being laughable. It’s petty and it’s vindictive. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Restrictions placed on Pitt transfer Cameron Johnson highlight need for a rule change

At least one coach every year will needlessly place restrictions on a player who intends to transfer to another program. The most high-profile victim so far this year is Cameron Johnson, a 6-foot-8 wing who averaged 11.9 points and shot 41.5 percent from behind the arc for Pittsburgh last season as a redshirt sophomore. (Yahoo! Sports)

Video: Future UNC Guard Coby White Spring Mixtape

Spring highlights of 2018 North Carolina combo guard and Tar Heel commit Coby White from the Greenfield School in Wilson, North Carolina. Read More...

UNC commit Coby White is NC’s top HS basketball recruit in 2018 class

In the latest Phenom Hoops rankings for rising seniors, North Carolina commit Coby White is ranked No. 1 in a very talented class. White, a 6-foot-5 point guard, was named the N.C. Gatorade player of the year. He led Greenfield School to a 23-11 record and a N.C. Independent Schools’ 1A semifinal appearance. He averaged 31 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists per game. (Charlotte Observer)

For First Time in 247 Rankings History, No Top 5 Basketball Recruit Chose Kentucky, Duke, or UNC

Every year you can usually count on the top five national basketball recruits choosing from a list of traditional powers. For some reason, in 2017, that was not the case. According to 247’s rankings, four of the top five recruits in the country signed with schools that aren’t typically basketball powers, while 17 of the top 50 also went to teams not considered traditional powers. (The Big Lead)

Audio: Jay Bilas on Cam Johnson: Players should be allowed to transfer and play immediately

Cam Johnson decided to transfer out of Pittsburgh last month. UNC emerged as one of the favorites to land Johnson, who happens to be a graduate transfer. However, Pitt will not allow him to play for the Tar Heels — or any other ACC program — unless he sits out next season. ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas opened up on why Pitt’s decision is wrong. (ACC Sports Journal)

Cam Johnson sets visit to Chapel Hill

Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cam Johnson is not giving up on his chances of playing at North Carolina. After the University of Pittsburgh maintained their stance on blocking a transfer request to UNC, the shooting guard is planning his next step: a visit to the UNC campus. According to CBS Sports insider Jon Rothstein, Johnson will take a visit to Chapel Hill on Monday. (Keeping It Heel)

Pitt's misguided decision to restrict Cameron Johnson's transfer options

A jerk/coward scenario is one in which a person pursues a self-serving course of action that is so universally unpopular that only two possible explanations exist: Either the person is a jerk, or that person is a sniveling coward. Pittsburgh basketball coach Kevin Stallings apparently never received any advice about the second scenario, because he faces one now. (Sports Illustrated)

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

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Visiting 2019 5-star power forward Vernon Carey Jr. (UNC offer) at University School in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Watching 2019 5 star power forward Armando Bacot at his game at Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, VA

Friday, February 23, 2018
Watching 2018 UNC signee Coby White score 30 as Greenfield School beats The Burlington School in Burlington, NC

Thursday, February 15, 2018
Watching 2020 power forward Day'ron Sharpe in his game at South Central High School in Winterville, NC

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Watching 2019 5 star power forward Armando Bacot at his practice at Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, VA

More Recruiting Visits

Top UNC Basketball Recruits
Nassir Little2018 SF
E.J. Montgomery2018 PF
Coby White2018 CG
Armando Bacot2019 PF
Will Baker2019 PF
Vernon Carey2019 PF
Matthew Hurt2019 SF
James Wiseman2019 PF
Rechon Black2018 PG
Jeremiah Francis2019 PG

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