UNC Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

Ranking The Contenders For 4-Star Forward T.J. Power

The No. 60 prospect in the 2023 basketball recruiting class, has a top five of UNC, Virginia, Duke, Iowa, and Boston College. Here we rank Power’s final five schools in order of likelihood to land his commitment. 3. North Carolina: What could set UNC apart is that its commitment list isn’t quite as crowded and the style of play suits him well. (

Video: T.J. Power Breaks Down His Final 5 Schools

Class of 2023 power forward recently announced a top-5 list that included UNC, Virginia, Boston College, Duke, and Iowa. Power joined the crew of the Sleepers podcast to discuss each of his college options, his impressive performance at the Peach Jam, and much more. (View Video)

2024 five-star Trentyn Flowers talks UNC basketball

is one of the top ranked basketball recruits in the class of 2024. The 5-star wing has racked up offers and interest from some of the top college basketball programs in the country. On UNC: "Coach Davis and Coach May have been very consistent with me. They Say they love my game and are continuing to build a relationship with me." (Circuit Scouting)

T.J. Power Cuts List To Five, Includes UNC

There might not have been another player in the country see their recruitment explode in July more than 4-star forward . On Monday, the trending senior forward cut his list to North Carolina, Virginia, Iowa, Duke, and Boston College. On UNC: "Coach Davis is really down to earth, and we have a good relationship. I think the way they play fits me." (

Video: Coast To Coast Podcast - August On The UNC Basketball Recruiting Trail

Sherrell McMillan, Tommy Ashley, and Sean Moran of Inside Carolina discuss ' recent scholarship offers on the recruiting trial, upcoming official visits to UNC, what to expect with the current Tar Heels basketball team in the upcoming 2022-23 season, and much more. (View Video)

UNC Basketball Commit Simeon Wilcher Named to Under Armour Elite 24 Event

, North Carolina Basketball class of 2023 verbal commit, has been named to the UA NEXT Elite 24 event as part of the Team FUTR squad. Under Armour brings together 24 of the best male and female high school basketball players in the country for the event taking place this upcoming Friday, August 12 at Chicago’s Northerly Island. (Keeping It Heel)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - Where does UNC Basketball turn next in 2023 recruiting class?

With ’s decommitment, is the only recruit in the UNC's 2023 basketball recruiting class. Sports Illustrated’s Director of Basketball Recruiting, Jason Jordan, joins Isaac Schade to discuss some players Coach Davis has already offered (, Zayden High) and propose some more names on the radar. (View Video)

2024 Center James Brown Schedules Official Visit To UNC

Class of 2024 four-star center , from Chicago's St. Rita High School, has scheduled an official visit to North Carolina beginning October 15, according to David Sisk of Tar Heel Illustrated. Brown received a scholarship offer from on July 20 following a terrific Peach Jam Performance. Brown also will visit Missouri on October 1. (Read More...)

Boogie Fland In No Rush After Big Offers From UNC, Auburn

is a hot commodity among top college basketball programs, with Kentucky, Michigan, Oregon, and Kansas, among others, all in pursuit. On Monday Fland picked up an offer from Auburn and his latest offer came from North Carolina on Tuesday. "I’m just taking it all in. Those are great offers and great programs, so it’s a blessing to be in this position." (Sports Illustrated)

Drake Powell Schedules Official Visit To UNC

Class of 2024 4-star wing of Northwood High School in Pittsboro, NC, received an offer from coach and the Tar Heels on July 11. Now Powell is ready to take the next step in his recruitment. According to David Sisk of Tar Heel Illustrated, Powell has scheduled an official visit to UNC beginning August 23, according to Powell's mother. (Read More...)
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