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Robert Johnson Commits to Indiana
Robert Johnson, a 4-star shooting guard from Richmond, Virginia (Benedictine HS), has committed to Indiana. Johnson chose the Hoosiers over his other 3 finalists: North...

Robert Johnson Sr. talks about son’s upcoming decision
North Carolina has a couple commitments from some wing guys. How does that affect you guys as far as chances to play early that they...

Recruiting against Tar Heels tough but not impossible
On the eve of basketball prospect Robert Johnson’s announcement of his college choice, I found myself wondering about Virginia’s track record when recruiting against North...

Announcement primer: 2014 guard Robert Johnson
On Friday afternoon, Florida State, Indiana, North Carolina and Virginia will learn where class of 2014 guard Robert Johnson will play in college. Johnson, a...

Rivals.com releases 2016 basketball recruit rankings
When looking at the class of 2016 and who should start off ranked at the top, three names kept coming up over and over again:...

Robert Johnson sees recruiting profile boom
Six months ago, Robert Johnson’s best scholarship offers came mostly from mid-major basketball programs. Virginia Commonwealth, perhaps, was the most prestigious school courting him. Over...

Roy Williams visits Luke Kennard
Four of the country’s top coaches have been to Franklin, Ohio, in the past week to meet with one of 2015’s top recruits. Luke Kennard...

Decision time for Robert Johnson
6-foot-3 guard Robert Johnson is currently weighing offers from UVa, UNC, Indiana and Florida State and is expected to announce his decision on Friday. Here's...

NCAA bars college recruiters from three prep schools
Huntington Prep is off-limits as of now for in-person evaluation. And so are Findlay Prep in Las Vegas and Prime Prep in Dallas. Three of...

Q&A with Theo Pinson
An informal Q&A with 2014 UNC commit Theo Pinson: If I could be teammates with one pro athlete in any sport, it’d be...Magic Johnson. I...

Scout.com Releases 2016 Top-25 Basketball Recruits
Harry Giles tops our first 2016 list of top 25 recruits. Giles, who missed the summer and will miss his sophomore season due to a...

Robert Johnson Sets Decision Date
Robert Johnson has set a decision date. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound combo guard from Chesterfield (Va.) Benedictine School told Paul Biancardi of ESPN.com he will announce...

Rashad Vaughn Sets Three Official Visits
Rashad Vaughn, the top shooting guard in the nation, has set three officials. The 6-foot-5 Vaughn from Findlay Prep will trip to North Carolina Sept...

Roy Williams to visit James Blackmon, Jr. on Friday
Roy Williams will visit 2014 shooting guard James Blackmon, Jr. on Friday, according to 247 Sports and Scout.com. Blackmon (6'3", 175, Marion, Indiana) is one...

Theo Pinson, Harry Giles invited to USA Basketball camp
Wesleyan's Theo Pinson and Harry Giles were invited to an October mini-camp for the 2013 U.S. men's developmental national team in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA...

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

Sunday, November 09, 2014
On an in-home visit with 2015 5-star small forward Jaylen Brown in Marietta, GA

Wednesday, November 05, 2014
On an in-home visit with 2015 SG P.J. Dozier in Columbia, SC

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Watching 2015 C Skal Labissiere in open gym at Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, TN

Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Watching 2015 5-star SF Jaylen Brown at his high school in Wheeler, GA

Monday, September 29, 2014
Watching 2016 5-star point guard Dennis Smith, Jr. at Trinity Christian School in Fayetteville, NC

More Recruiting Visits

Top UNC Basketball Recruits
RecruitClassRating
Brandon Ingram2015 SF
Edrice Adebayo2016 PF
Harry Giles2016 PF
Malik Monk2016 SG
Dennis Smith2016 PG
Jayson Tatum2016 SF
Seventh Woods2016 PG
Jalek Felton2017 SG
Luke Maye2015 PF

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