UNC Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

Cam Whitmore discusses recruitment, sets commitment timeline: "I feel wanted" at UNC

Fast-rising four-star small forward is down to 10 schools and plans on a winter decision. On North Carolina: "I have a good relationship with the coach. The head coach cares about his players, he cares about me so I feel wanted there. I like how he knows what he's talking about for the development piece. So I think they could be a good fit." (247 Sports)

UNC Basketball & Football Recruiting Roundup: Two football announcements imminent

This Saturday, 4-star cornerback will announce his commitment to either UNC, Florida State, Clemson, Oregon, or Georgia. 3-star defensive lineman will announce his commitment Thursday, July 15 at 7pm. On the basketball side, 4-star wing mentioned UNC among a few schools he has his eye on. (Tar Heel Blog)

Cam Whitmore focusing on UNC among his "main six"

Archbishop Spalding (Md.) small forward is ranked 48th on the class of 2022 ESPN 100 and has trimmed his list to about ten schools. But he's focused on a few high-profile college programs. "I’m focusing on Louisville, UNC, Maryland, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Illinois. That’s the main six." Whitmore also mentioned that Florida is in the mix. (City of Basketball Love)

Hubert Davis Silencing His Doubters On Basketball Recruiting Trail

has added a former McDonald’s All-America who made the Big East All-Freshman team (), a player who started 111 games for Oklahoma (), and a gritty forward who nearly chose UNC while in high school (Justin McKoy). Furthermore, Davis has received three commitments from class of 2022 recruits since June 1. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

5-star wing Nick Smith has "built a relationship" with Hubert Davis

Which schools are heavily involved in your recruitment? 5-star wing : "Alabama, Kansas, Auburn, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Arkansas, Georgetown, and Ole Miss." Describe your relationship with UNC? "It’s very cool talking to and the staff and they’re great people. We built a relationship ever since coach Roy retired, so it’s cool." (Stock Risers)

UNC has nation's top-ranked basketball recruiting class in early July

Three-star center committed to UNC in June following a visit to Chapel Hill. He was then joined by four-star guard . In July, Davis and his staff landed five-star center , Davis' first five-star recruit as head coach. This three-man class is a big one for Davis and, as it stands right now, it’s the top class in the country. (Keeping It Heel)

Video: Jalen Washington Discusses Commitment To UNC

Five-star power forward and new North Carolina basketball commit, speaks with Scott Burgess of Prep Hoops to discuss his commitment to the Tar Heels on Friday, reactions from friends and family, the timing of his announcement, why he chose UNC, his bond with coaches and , and much more. (View Video)

Tyler Nickel Continues to Pick Up Major Offers and Interest

Four-star wing plans to take one official visit in July and five in August and September. The question is which schools will he graced with his presence. North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Iowa, Butler, N.C. State, LSU, West Virginia, and Indiana are keeping closest tabs according to Nickel. He’s got no problem admitting he grew up a UNC fan. (Sports Illustrated)

Chansky’s Notebook: Dawson Garcia Now On Our Side

Why it was logical for to come to UNC. The 6-11 rising sophomore, who torched the Tar Heels during Marquette’s upset in the Smith Center in February, is a transfer who plays immediately with a lot of options. No. 1, Garcia raises ’ recruiting chops even more and makes Hubert’s first team a solid contender for the ACC championship. (Chapelboro.com)

Video: Jalen Washington Commitment Announcement

Five-star center/power forward , from Gary, Indiana, became the third member of UNC's 2022 basketball recruiting class Friday, joining 4-star point guard and 3-star center . Here is Washington's announcement video committing to UNC and thanking those who helped him along his journey. (Read More...)
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