Looking Ahead: Caleb Love


The mission here is for to trim the miscues, sharpen his ball security, and take better shots. If he is 20-25 percent better in those areas, he can be an All-ACC player. A full offseason in Chapel Hill with the pros back and a more normal lead-in to next season will help Love perhaps more than anyone in the program. The game is there. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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