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Chase Jeter Trims List to 6
Chase Jeter has trimmed his list to six schools and eliminated North Carolina. The 2015 5-star center from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas...

Malik Newman, Diamond Stone "working on teaming up together in college"
Malik Newman is the top-guard in the ESPN 60 and No. 2 overall player in the 2015 recruiting class: "Recruiting is going pretty good. Most...

Malik Newman, Diamond Stone a package deal?
Malik Newman hasn’t said much about his impending recruitment to date. His final decision could be the same as another top 2015 prospect in Diamond...

Roy Williams visits Stephen Zimmerman
Roy Williams was in Las Vegas on Friday visiting with 2015 5-star center Stephen Zimmerman and his family. Zimmerman is one of 3 centers on UNC's...

Roy Williams checks in on 2015 C Henry Ellenson
Roy Williams was in Rice Lake, Wisconsin on Wednesday to check in on 2015 4-star center Henry Ellenson (6'9" 250) at his high school. This...

Recruiting Profile: 2015 Center Diamond Stone
2015 5-star center Diamond Stone has reshaped his body and his game has benefited from it. He is a physical presence down low on both...

Updated 2015 Scout.com Top 100 Basketball Recruits
Ivan Rabb, a standout at Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O’Dowd, has jumped to the top spot in Scout.com’s 2015 rankings. At 6-foot-10, 220-pounds, Rabb is physically...

Roy Williams on the recruiting trail Friday
Roy Williams took a detour Friday night on his way to South Bend, Indiana where the Tar Heels will take on Notre Dame Saturday. Williams...

Roy Williams visits Wilson, NC to watch Brandon Ingram (and eat some barbecue)
Roy Williams continued his recruiting binge Wednesday night as he and UNC assistant coach Hubert Davis visited Wilson, NC (and Parker's Barbecue) to watch 2015...

Roy Williams watches Diamond Stone in Wisconsin
Roy Williams was on the recruiting trail again Tuesday night, this time in Racine, Wisconsin to watch 2015 center Diamond Stone. Stone's Dominican High squad...


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