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Sterling Manley News & Bio


Name:Sterling Manley
Hometown:Reynoldsburg, OH
High School:Pickerington Central
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Born:December 18, 1998 (20)
Height/Weight:6-11, 250
Position:Power Forward
Notes:Basketball
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Comfortable and confident, Garrison Brooks hoping to help Tar Heels in new ways
The Garrison Brooks that held court with the media on Tuesday was unrecognizable from the shy, uncertain kid that arrived at North Carolina two seasons...

With 15 pounds of muscle added, Sterling Manley is ready, but when will he be able to help
Sterling Manley is ready and willing, but the question is when he’ll be able. After battling a knee injury throughout last season, the junior big...

Leaky Black, Sterling Manley biggest changes in UNC Basketball's updated heights, weights
Leaky Black spent some time in the weight room this offseason, adding 10 pounds from his listed weight of 185 pounds last season. The sophomore...

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...

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,...

Looking ahead: ACC Big Four basketball 2019-20
Next season could see North Carolina return to a more traditional style of play under Roy Williams with Garrison Brooks and Sterling Manley in the...

Sterling Manley Gets His Home Game
It may not have been by design, but Sterling Manley is getting his home game after all. North Carolina has a tradition in which the...

Video: UNC Players Pre-Iona Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina's players were available to the media Thursday in advance of the Tar Heels’ games against Iona in the first round of the NCAA...

Ranking All 68 NCAA Tournament Teams
4. North Carolina: The Tar Heels are a blast to watch. Coby White flies down the court piloting the fifth-fastest offense in college basketball, Cameron...

Video: UNC Players Post-Louisville Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina eliminated Louisville, 83-70, in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament on Thursday night at Spectrum Center in Charlotte to advance to the semifinals...


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