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Tyler Zeller News & Bio


Name:Tyler Zeller
Hometown:Washington, IN
High School:Washington
Born:January 17, 1990 (28)
Height/Weight:7-0, 250
Position:Center
Pro Team:Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2008 McDonald's All-American
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Re-ranking the 2008 college basketball recruiting class
19. Ed Davis (15): Davis was a reserve on UNC’s 2009 national title team as a freshman and averaged 13.4 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.8...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Tyler Zeller & Roy Williams Court Announcement
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss the announcement of the newly-named Roy Williams Court at the Dean E. Smith Center. Tyler Zeller, the 2012 ACC...

Unique Not Antique: Why UNC's Theo Pinson Has A Role In The Modern NBA
Dating back to the 2012 NBA Draft, North Carolina has had at least one player selected in six straight drafts. That year: Harrison Barnes, Kendall...

Four Corners: UNC Alumni vs Current Players Pickup Games Highlight Camp Week
Roy Williams' Carolina Basketball Camp has completed its first session. One of the highlights is the scrimmage between former Tar Heel players and members of...

Roy Williams Excited for 2018-19 Season
Roy Williams has a flood of former players arriving in town for camp week, including Marvin Williams, Tyler Hansbrough, John Henson, Harrison Barnes, Tyler Zeller,...

Ex-Celtic Tyler Zeller happy in Milwaukee
Tyler Zeller is on his fourth team in a six-year career. The Bucks are his third team since last season. He’d like to think he’s...

Where will Jordan Brown, the nation's top uncommitted big man, sign?
The Tar Heels have been primarily communicating with Jordan Brown's father. However, their championship pedigree and Roy Williams' history of producing NBA level big men...

Tobacco Road well-represented in NBA playoffs
Tobacco Road teams — UNC, Wake Forest, N.C. State, and Duke — are well represented with 25 players in the NBA postseason. The Tar Heels...

Luke Maye Named Academic All-America
The College Sports Information Directors of America has named UNC junior forward Luke Maye a second-team Academic All-America. Maye, a business administration major and a...

It's About Winning For Joel Berry & Luke Maye
The last time North Carolina placed multiple players on the All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team was in 2012, when Tyler Zeller, Harrison Barnes and John...


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