UNC Basketball Recruiting

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Grad Transfer Christian Keeling Sets UNC Official Visit

North Carolina will host Charleston Southern grad transfer for an official visit next week, his AAU coach confirmed. Keeling is scheduled to arrive in Chapel Hill on April 23, and stay through April 25. He's the second grad transfer to schedule a UNC official visit, joining William & Mary forward , who will travel to UNC on April 28. (Inside Carolina)

Analysts predictions on Anthony, Achiuwa, Hurt, Harris, others

is down to Georgetown, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Oregon. Predictions: North Carolina (Bossi, Evans, McDonald); will announce his decision Friday. Predictions: Duke (Bossi, Evans, McDonald); to North Carolina (Bossi, Evans, McDonald); to Kansas (Bossi, McDonald), Memphis (Evans). (

William & Mary transfer SG Justin Pierce cuts list to three, schedules UNC visit

William & Mary transfer has narrowed his list of schools to three and scheduled his final official visit. Pierce, one of the top available grad transfers, is down to North Carolina, Notre Dame and Michigan. Pierce took his first visit to Notre Dame this past weekend. He will see Michigan this coming weekend, and will begin his UNC visit on April 28. (247 Sports)

2020 PG Caleb Love Receiving ACC Recruiting Attention

North Carolina, Virginia, and Duke have been getting more involved with class of 2020 4-star point guard . On UNC: "Their process is different than any other school. They want to really get to know me. They want to get me on campus and they say they usually offer late. They tell me that they'll be coming to watch during the EYBL season." (

Five compelling basketball recruiting questions for the NCAA late signing period

Where will commit? The 6-foot-3 point guard from Oak Hill Academy is down to North Carolina, Oregon, Georgetown, and Notre Dame. With declaring for the NBA Draft, Anthony could slide into his spot at UNC. Oregon is also a realistic possibility for the New York City native. Anthony currently has no announcement date set. (Zag's Blog)

Matthew Hurt Shuts Down His Recruitment

was set to have 2 blue blood schools make in-home visits Sunday, but the family shut his recruitment down. Hurt is down to Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, and UNC. Hurt’s father said it would be too much to have all four schools in Sunday given the recruiting calendar closes at midnight. So Hurt’s recruitment is over, and we now await his college decision Friday. (

Charleston Southern transfer shooting guard Christian Keeling lists UNC in top 5

Charleston Southern's released his top 5 schools that he is down to in his transfer process: UNC, NC State, Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Purdue. The Augusta, Georgia native averaged 18.7 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game for Charleston Southern last season. There’s no timetable for when Keeling will make a decision. (Keeping It Heel)

Analysts: Which team needs a class of 2019 basketball recruiting rally?

Which team needs to rally most down the stretch for its class of 2019? McDonald: I'll go with North Carolina. With declaring for the NBA Draft, really needs to seal deal with . The Tar Heels also seem to be hunting some graduate transfers this year to fill out the roster as they also lose a lot of graduating production. (

UNC commit Day’Ron Sharpe motivated for spring/summer basketball

From winning the adidas Gauntlet to ascending in the national rankings to being in position for all-star games next year like McDonald’s All American and Jordan Brand, Day’Ron Sharpe’s goals for spring/summer basketball ball aren’t atypical of elite high school basketball players. What separates Sharpe is that his focus isn’t on the accolades, it’s on the work. (USA Today)

Elite 2020 center Walker Kessler is wide open despite deep family ties to Georgia

“I’ve been growing up with Georgia my whole life,” said 2020 5-star center . “But that doesn’t mean I’m going there; it doesn’t mean I’m not going there either, I’m open to everyone at this point.” That’s good news for Duke, Michigan, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Auburn, who all remain in hot pursuit of the 6-foot-11 center. (USA Today)

Video: One-on-one with 2020 five-star forward Isaiah Todd

Krysten Peek of caught up with five-star forward to get the latest on his recruitment. Todd is wide open and discussed where things stand with Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, Memphis, Maryland, Oklahoma State, and more. Todd also dishes on reclassification rumors and goals for the upcoming AAU season. Read More...

Matthew Hurt's final four are UNC, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky

When it comes time for to make his college announcement on Friday, his father knows what will be the hardest part for him. Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina — they are all good people. That will be the tough thing having to say no to three schools. He knows what he wants, but he’s still being very deliberate about that final choice," Richard Hurt said. (The State Journal)
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Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail
Friday, April 12, 2019
Visiting 2019 4-star combo guard Anthony Harris at his school Paul VI Catholic in Fairfax, VA
Thursday, April 11, 2019
Visiting 2019 3-star small forward Justin McKoy at Panther Creek High School in Cary, NC
Saturday, March 16, 2019
Watching 2020 5-star UNC center commit Day'Ron Sharpe lead South Central to its first state title in Raleigh, NC
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Hosting Armando Bacot, Cole Anthony, Precious Achiuwa, Ziaire Williams, Greg Brown, Isaiah Todd, and Cam Hayes for the UNC vs. Duke game in Chapel Hill, NC
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Watching 2019 5-star forward Matthew Hurt at John Marshall High School's game in Mankato, MN
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Precious Achiuwa2019 SF
Cole Anthony2019 CG
Armando Bacot2019 C
Greg Brown2020 PF
Walker Kessler2020 C
Jeremy Roach2020 PG
Jaden Springer2020 SG
Isaiah Todd2020 PF
Ziaire Williams2020 SF
Anthony Harris2019 CG
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