UNC Basketball Recruiting

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Walker Kessler Sets UNC Official Visit

5-star big man has scheduled official visits to four of his six finalists, beginning with Michigan on August 31. Duke will get his next visit September 6. Kessler will return to the Tar Heel state a few weeks later to visit UNC on September 20. He’ll wrap up this round of visits a couple of weeks later when he takes a trip to Gonzaga on October 4. (Keeping It Heel)

Isaiah Todd's recruitment "is a total guessing game"

For 's recruitment, it is a total guessing game. His final five consists of Kansas, Kentucky, Memphis, Michigan, and North Carolina. A year ago, there was a chance that he could reclassify into the 2019 class with UK and UNC as his top landing spots. Now, Todd is in no rush to come to a college decision and no visits have been scheduled. (

Day'Ron Sharpe among most important early college basketball commitments for 2020

One of the best homegrown recruits in a while, looked like a nice get when and the Tar Heels locked him up over a year ago. He's developed into a potential go-to scorer as a freshman since then and he could be on his way to the national top 10 before all is said and done. He'll get great competition at Montverde his senior year. (

UNC "in a good spot" with Greg Brown, Isaiah Todd, Donovan Johnson

Just because Duke offered doesn’t mean that the five-star wing is a done-deal for the Blue Devils. I like Duke's chances, but North Carolina has recruited Williams for more than a year. The Tar Heels sit in a good spot for , , and . It also would make a lot of sense for North Carolina to target . (

Video: Bryce Thompson Planning To Cut List

Class of 2020 5-star combo guard (Tulsa, Oklahoma) spoke recently with KJRH sports anchor Jacob Tobey. Among the topics they discussed was Thompson's plans to trim his college list in the coming days. Oklahoma, North Carolina, Michigan State, and Kansas are the four schools mentioned in the video. Read More...

Nike Skills Academy Recap: Love, Brown, Banchero, Green, Cunningham

The Nike Skills Academy hosted over 30 of the best high school basketball recruits in America over the weekend. Point guard has only gotten better and shined against the elite players in attendance. We all know how great of an athlete is, but even alongside the college participants on hand, the top-10 recruit stood out above the rest. (

Recruiting analysts discuss Greg Brown, instant impact commits, more

I’d say Texas has the best shot at signing five-star small forward . Shaka Smart has been recruiting him the hardest for the longest and has the family ties in his favor. If I had to pick a dark horse to keep him away from the Longhorns, it'd probably be North Carolina. The Tar Heels had him in town for the Duke game last year and made a strong impression. (

Ziaire Williams Lists UNC In Top 7

Five-star small forward listed North Carolina in his top seven on Saturday along with Arizona, USC, Stanford, Duke, Oregon, and UCLA. The 6-foot-7 Williams is the No. 7 recruit in the 2020 class and No. 3 small forward. Williams attends Sierra Canyon in Chatsworth, California, where he will be teammates with Zaire Wade and Bronny James. (Arizona Desert Swarm)

Bryce Thompson attends Stephen Curry camp in California, will cut list soon

Class of 2020 5-star combo guard recently attended NBA great Steph Curry's SC30 Select camp in the Bay Area, California, although an elbow injury kept Thompson from competing. North Carolina and Kansas are believed to be Thompson’s favorite out-of-state schools with in-state Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Tulsa also in the running. (Kansas City Star)

North Carolina, Texas are "schools to beat" for Greg Brown

Five-star small forward cut his list down to five schools earlier this week. The schools still in the mix for the Texas native are Auburn, Kentucky, Memphis, North Carolina, and Texas. Diving deeper into his recruitment, the schools to beat by most accounts are North Carolina and Texas. If you’re looking for a wild card here, that could be Memphis. (
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Top Basketball Recruits
Greg Brown2020 PF
Cade Cunningham2020 CG
Jalen Green2020 CG
Walker Kessler2020 C
Caleb Love2020 PG
Day'Ron Sharpe2020 C
Jaden Springer2020 SG
Bryce Thompson2020 CG
Isaiah Todd2020 PF
Ziaire Williams2020 SF
Basketball Recruiting Board
Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail
Sunday, July 14, 2019
Watching 2020 UNC power forward commit Day'Ron Sharpe and 2020 5-star center Walker Kessler (UNC offer) at the Adidas Championships in Hoover, AL
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Watching 2020 5-star guard Bryce Thompson (UNC offer) and 2021 5-star center Chet Holmgren and the UAA Finals in Cartersville, GA
7/11/2019 - 7/13/2019
Watching Cade Cunningham, Greg Brown, Lance Ware, R.J. Davis, Hunter Dickinson, Caleb Love, Cam'Ron Fletcher, Earl Timberlake, Cam Hayes, and Donovan Johnson at the Peach Jam in North Augusta, SC
Saturday, June 29, 2019
Watching 2020 4-star PF Lance Ware at the Philly Live event in Philadelphia, PA
Monday, June 24, 2019
Hosting 2020 4-star wing Donovan Johnson and 2020 3-star point guard Shakeel Moore on unofficial visits to Chapel Hill
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