Adidas Invitational Day One Recap
Thu Jul 7, 2011
Here are a few brief UNC-related recruiting notes (via Twitter) from day one of the Adidas Invitational
, which runs from July 6th-9th in Indianapolis, Indiana:
-Roy Williams began the first day of the July evaluation period
at 9:00 am by watching 2013 point guard target Bronson Koenig.
-2014 forward Craig Victor "has been really impressive
" and is now receiving interest from UNC
-UNC, Duke, Ohio State and other coaching staffs spent time evaluating
2013 4/5-star small forward Brannen Greene out of Forsyth, GA.
-Top 2012 center target Kaleb Tarczewski was very impressive as usual
, although his AAU coach prohibited him from doing interviews with the media
. Coach Williams watched Tarczewski his entire time on the floor. Tarczewski also fouled out of one game and got a technical on his way to the bench
-The UNC coaching staff also checked out the DC Assault squad
starring 2013 point guard target Nate Britt. Duke and Maryland also spent time evaluating Britt
-Coaches from UNC, Kentucky, UConn and Ohio State watched a "loaded" Florida Rams AAU team
, featuring 2012 center target Joel James.
-Top-rated 2012 center Andre Drummond has been rumored to be a Connecticut lean, and he didn't do anything to dispel that rumor when he acknowledged the UConn coaches
-And finally, never one to be out-worked on the recruiting trail, Roy Williams was one of the last coaches in the gym
almost 15 hours after the event started.
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