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North Carolina, Duke Trade Basketball Recruting Blows
North Carolina and Duke, two programs that make up the greatest rivalry in the sport, were to the two biggest noise makers this past week...

Matthew Hurt Commits to Duke
It didn't come as a surprise Friday when Matthew Hurt chose Duke. A product of Rochester (Minn.), Hurt can shoot with range and is a...

Decision Day for Matthew Hurt
Matthew Hurt — a 6-foot-9 forward and the No. 8 player in the 2019 composite rankings — will reveal his college decision around 4:15 p.m...

Analysts predictions on Anthony, Achiuwa, Hurt, Harris, others
Cole Anthony is down to Georgetown, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Oregon. Predictions: North Carolina (Bossi, Evans, McDonald); Matthew Hurt will announce his decision Friday...

Matthew Hurt Shuts Down His Recruitment
Matthew Hurt was set to have 2 blue blood schools make in-home visits Sunday, but the family shut his recruitment down. Hurt is down to...

John Calipari conducts in-home visit with Matthew Hurt
Kentucky will get one last chance to leave a lasting impression on Matthew Hurt when coach John Calipari conducts an in-home visit with the 5-star...

Matthew Hurt's final four are UNC, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky
When it comes time for Matthew Hurt to make his college announcement on Friday, his father knows what will be the hardest part for him...

UNC Basketball Recruiting Rundown: Anthony, Hurt, Achiuwa, Todd, Harris
Five-star guard Cole Anthony is nearing his commitment, and it would come as a giant shock to everyone if he were to not pledge to...

Matthew Hurt weighing a few factors as decision day approaches
5-star forward Matthew Hurt still hasn't decided where he wants to play in college. He plans to announce his decision on April 19 and said...

UNC's roster turnover and the significance of Cole Anthony’s recruitment
With just two 2019 basketball commits so far, UNC is still looking at other recruits to add to next year’s roster. Five-star forwards Matthew Hurt...


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