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Brandon Robinson News & Bio


Name:Brandon Robinson
Hometown:Douglasville, GA
High School:Douglas County
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:December 6, 1997 (21)
Height/Weight:6-4, 170
Position:Shooting Guard
Notes:Basketball
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Total Tar Heels: June 28, 2019
Tar Heel student-athletes are among the many UNC students traveling this summer, both with Carolina programs and on their own. Check out this look at...

Chansky’s Notebook: Coaching Chemists?
Roy Williams may need to be a bit of a chemist to figure out who starts and plays a lot besides probable one-and-done point guard...

Roy Williams ‘ecstatic’ to sign Charleston Southern star Christian Keeling
North Carolina’s courtship of Charleston Southern’s Christian Keeling ended on Monday when Keeling signed with the Tar Heels. And that meant UNC basketball coach Roy...

Leaky Black and Brandon Robinson Just Became UNC's X-Factors
In Cole Anthony, Seventh Woods, Jeremiah Francis, and Anthony Harris, the Tar Heels have an arsenal of guards. In Garrison Brooks, Armando Bacot, Sterling Manley,...

Chansky’s Notebook: North Carolina’s Core The Key
Roy Williams is still doing it the old-fashioned organic Dean Smith way of building from within. Garrison Brooks, Seventh Woods, Brandon Robinson, and Leaky Black...

The Sad Silence
With Kenny Williams and Luke Maye heading to the podium and Cameron Johnson too sick to speak with reporters, it was North Carolina's underclassmen left...

Video: UNC Players Post-Auburn Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina’s season ended Friday night after the Tar Heels were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament by Auburn, 97-80, in the Midwest Regional semifinals in...

Like defensive-minded guards before him, UNC’s Robinson poised for important role in Sweet 16
Brandon Robinson is a hugger. And for North Carolina coach Roy Williams, that’s not exactly a good thing. The 6-4 utility guard is one of...

Video: UNC Players Post-Washington Locker Room Interviews
UNC advanced to the Sweet 16 Sunday with an 81-59 victory over Washington in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels were...

Old Foes Meet Again as UNC Faces Washington in NCAA Tournament
It’s not very often that North Carolina and Washington cross paths on the college sports landscape. But there’s a similarity between the two teams as...


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