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Trevon Duval separating himself

Not only is Trevon Duval the top point guard in the 2017 class, he might just be the best overall prospect in the class. Duval, 6-3, 175-pounds out of Newark (N.J.) St Benedict's Preparatory School, put up 24 points including a game winning lay up in a one point win over Josh Jackson and his 1Nation squad at the UAA Finals. John Calipari, Sean Miller, Roy Williams, Tom Izzo and others saw his performance. (Carolina Blue)

UA Finals: Sacha Killeya-Jones

Since backing off his pledge to Virginia, Sacha Killeya-Jones, of Lynchburg (Va.) Virginia Episcopal School, has had a wide range of college interest. And the attention has been well earned. A 6-foot-10 forward, Killeya-Jones is in the midst of an impressive summer. Although his team -- Team Felton – got beat pretty good by Team Charlotte on Thursday afternoon, he still managed to impress on the offensive end of the floor. (Scout.com)

UNC Offers 5-Star SG Terrance Ferguson

Roy Williams watched Terrance Ferguson on Wednesday and saw all he needed to see. A Tar Heel scholarship offer was extended shortly thereafter, his coach with Mo Williams Academy, Ray Forsette, confirmed. Ferguson scored 18 points in front of UNC's head coach. The athletic 6-7, 185-pound wing from Dallas, Texas, who is being home schooled after leaving Prime Prep Academy, is ranked No. 18 overall in the 2016 class. (Inside Carolina)

Edrice Adebayo Looking to Cut List Soon

Edrice Adebayo is looking to cut his list to 10 schools sometime soon. “I’ll probably cut it down after July and I’ll probably make my decision before senior [year] basketball starts,” the 6-foot-10, 243-pound power forward said here at the adidas Uprising All-American Camp. “Probably 10 [schools].” Kentucky head coach John Calipari and assistant Tony Barbee sat courtside Friday morning watching Adebayo against Rawle Alkins. (Zag's Blog)

Kentucky offers scholarship to Dennis Smith Jr.

Class of 2016 point guard Dennis Smith Jr. has long-standing scholarship offers from most of the colleges he is seriously considering. There haven't been many developments in Smith's recruitment over the last year, but Kentucky coach John Calipari was responsible for one when he extended a scholarship offer Tuesday night. Entering the July evaluation period, the college programs drawing the most interest from Smith were N.C. State, Duke, UNC, Wake Forest, Kansas and Louisville. (Fayetteville Observer)

Five-star forward Miles Bridges breaks down finalists

Class of 2016 Huntington Prep (W.V.) forward Miles Bridges released his final five schools after last week’s Peach Jam and the five-star prospect will have a hard time going wrong with any of his remaining choices. Bridges, the No. 18 prospect in the 247Composite, is still considering Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State and North Carolina. North Carolina – “They’re new. They offered me two days ago and I’ve been talking to coach Roy (Williams). I like their offense.” (Inside the Hall)

Four-star big man Tony Bradley talks improvement, recruiting

Class of 2016 Bartow (Fla.) forward Tony Bradley is continuing to stockpile offers from the nation’s top programs. His lengthy list of offers is a who’s who of college basketball and includes Kansas, North Carolina, Florida, Illinois, Connecticut, and Indiana, which offered a scholarship in May. During the Nike EYBL Finals at the Peach Jam, the 6-foot-10, 230-pound big man showed why the offers will likely continue to pile up. (Inside the Hall)

Video: Miles Bridges Nike Peach Jam Highlights

Highlights of 2016 SF Miles Bridges (Huntington Prep, WV) at last weekend's Nike Peach Jam. Bridges holds an offer from North Carolina and is also currently considering offers from Kentucky, Michigan State, Indiana, and Michigan. View Video...

Trevon Duval Hits Game-Winner, Talks Recruitment

Trevon Duval is about as good as it gets, and he showed out on Wednesday night, hitting a game-winning layup en route to 24 points in a win in the UAA Finals. Playing in front of close to 100 coaches, including Roy Williams, John Calipari, Sean Miller, Tom Izzo, Avery Johnson, Gregg Marshall, as well as assistants from Syracuse, Duke, Maryland, Texas, South Carolina, LSU and Miami, Duval says that he does notice the schools that are present. (Zag's Blog)

UNC offers Maryland shooting guard Markelle Fultz

North Carolina has offered class of 2016 shooting guard Markelle Fultz (Hyattsville, MD/DeMatha Catholic), Fultz confirmed to 247Sports' Jerry Meyer on Tuesday afternoon. The 6-foot-4, 170-prospect has offers from Arizona, Kansas, Ohio State, Kentucky, and Louisville, among others. Fultz is a 247Sports Composite five-star prospect. He is ranked as the No. 5 shooting guard and No. 21 overall prospect in the 2016 class. (Carolina Blue)

Roy Williams Extends Offer to Rawle Alkins

Rawle Alkins received a phone call on Monday evening from Roy Williams. The UNC head coach, who had watched Alkins lead his NY Rens team to the adidas Uprising title last week, offered the 6-foot-4 wing from Middle Village (N.Y.) Christ The King (who will attend a prep school this fall) a scholarship. Alkins was one of the leading scorers on the adidas circuit this year, (Inside Carolina)

Roy Williams Offers Miles Bridges

On Monday morning Miles Bridges narrowed his list to five schools. On Monday afternoon, he landed a Tar Heel scholarship offer after Roy Williams and his assistants tracked Bridges throughout the Nike Peach Jam. “They just offered me, like just now,” Bridges said. Bridges, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound wing prospect out of Huntington (W.V.) Prep, also narrowed his list of schools to Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State and North Carolina. (Inside Carolina)

First July Eval Period: Top Performers

There might not have been a more exciting player to watch at the Peach Jam than Miles Bridges. The strong and athletic forward had it working while running with The Family. He was doing a better job of hitting shots, and also using his athleticism to finish at the rim. With coaches from Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana and North Carolina tracking his every move, Bridges really impressed and proved why he is one of the best in the country (Scout.com)

Video: Sacha Killeya-Jones's Progression

Sacha Killeya-Jones gave a strong performance at the UA All-America Camp. He and his coach, Frederick Cannon, both talked about how far he's come in the last year and about his future college decision. (Inside Carolina)

Five-star Kobi Simmons cuts list

Five-star guard Kobi Simmons has narrowed his list of school to six, his father, Demond Stephens, told Scout on Sunday. Simmons is now down to Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio State and Xavier. He did in-home visits with all six schools in the spring. The next step for Simmons is taking college visits. Simmons is regarded as the No. 5 player in the 2016 recruiting class. (Scout.com)

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

Sunday, November 06, 2016
On an in home visit with 2017 SF Kevin Knox in Tampa, FL

Monday, October 17, 2016
On an in home visit with 2017 5 star PF P.J. Washington in Henderson, NV

Wednesday, October 05, 2016
On an in home visit with 2017 3 star power forward Sterling Manley (UNC offer) in Pickerington, OH

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Watching 2018 5 star small forward Zion Williamson at Spartanburg Day School in Spartanburg, SC.

Monday, September 26, 2016
Visiting 2017 3 star power forward Sterling Manly in Pickerington, OH

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Zion Williamson2018 SF
Rechon Black2018 PG
Jairus Hamilton2018 SF
Coby White2018 CG
Brandon Huffman2017 PF
Sterling Manley2017 PF

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