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Jalen Wilson to Announce Commitment on Wednesday

, the 6-foot-8 wing from Guyer (TX), is announcing his decision between Kansas, Michigan, and North Carolina on Wednesday at 3 P.M. ET. Wilson initially signed with Michigan but decommitted after John Beilein took the job as the Cleveland Cavaliers head coach. Michigan has continued to pursue him under new coach Juwan Howard. (Zag's Blog)

2020 combo guard Bryce Thompson to take unofficial visit to Chapel Hill

Four-star recruit is reportedly set to unofficially visit the Tar Heels sometime in June per a report from Rivals’ recruiting analyst Corey Evans. The Tulsa, Oklahoma native is one of the top players in the 2020 recruiting class, ranking No. 38 overall and the No. 5 combo guard. Thompson picked up an offer from UNC back in early May. (Keeping It Heel)

Basketball analyst sees "big recruiting class for UNC in 2020"

locked up power forward when he was still relatively unknown, and they are in great early shape with top 10 wing . Four-stars and really like the Tar Heels as do , , , and . I’m seeing a big recruiting class for UNC in 2020. (Rivals.com)

Jalen Wilson Sets Announcement Date

, a 6-foot-8 4-star small forward out of Guyer High in Denton, Texas, who recently asked out of his letter-of-intent with Michigan, will announce his college decision at 3 p.m. ET, Wednesday, June 12, he reported Friday on Twitter. Wilson has made campus visits to Kansas and North Carolina. In the past, he’s also said Michigan remains in the running. (Kansas City Star)

Isaiah Todd Adding UNC Ties

was selected to the “Top 30 Cream of the Crop Game” at the Pangos All-American camp last weekend and, as a well-traveled veteran, this honor was nothing new for the five-star forward. As a Top 25 player in the 2020 class, Todd has put up numbers to support the ranking in the EYBL regular season, averaging 18.3 points and 8.4 rebounds. (Inside Carolina)

Day'Ron Sharpe, Bryce Thompson Upgraded to 5-Stars in New 247 Sports 2020 Recruit Rankings

North Carolina commit is the highest-ranked five-star newcomer at No. 18. Sharpe had an impressive junior season that carried over into spring, where he had dominant moments. The other new five-star is 6-foot-5 combo guard , who is known for his ability to score from all three levels. Thompson made one of the biggest jumps. (247 Sports)

Cole Anthony a favorite for top shooting guard award

North Carolina freshman guard figures to make plenty of award lists this summer, and Wednesday he was one of NCAA.com’s Andy Katz’s top picks to win the Jerry West Award, given to the nation’s top shooting guard. Katz notably didn’t name Anthony, who likely will play point guard for UNC, on his Bob Cousy Award list for the top point guard. (247 Sports)

Analyst: Ziaire Williams a "Must-Get" Recruit for North Carolina

and the Tar Heels will have a need in 2020 for a high-end, instant-impact wing. I don’t think they want to rely on the transfer market or late decisions as much as they did with the 2019 class, and has been a priority recruit for some time. So far, Stanford looks to be the biggest competition, but Arizona and others are ramping up. (Rivals.com)

Cole Anthony Named SLAM All-American

A New York City native, transferred to national prep powerhouse Oak Hill for his senior year. Although the Virginia program has seen the likes of , Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, Rajon Rondo, and Brandon Jennings don its uniforms over the years, Anthony became the first player in school history to average a triple-double. (SLAM Online)

What's Next for Jalen Wilson?

2019 4-star small forward recently wrapped up his official visit to Kansas and on Monday he traveled to Chapel Hill to begin his official visit with North Carolina. Also, new Michigan basketball coach Juwan Howard has been trying to save Wilson's commitment. I would expect Wilson to decide pretty soon after his return home from Chapel Hill. (Rivals.com)

Cade Cunningham Named Top Performer at Pangos All-American Camp

I didn't see a more consistent performer than at the Pangos All-American Camp. He continues to apply pressure to for the No. 1 spot in 2020. The confident point guard does it all. Last week he released a final 10 of Duke, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Texas, Virginia, and Washington. (Rivals.com)

Jalen Wilson calls Kansas visit ‘great,’ heads to UNC for second recruiting trip

After visiting Kansas on Thursday night through Saturday, prize small forward is scheduled to begin an official campus recruiting visit to North Carolina on Monday night. “KU was great,” Wilson, 6-foot-8, 210 pounds out of Guyer High in Denton, Texas, said Sunday night in a text message to The Star. (Kansas City Star)
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Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail
6/13/2019 - 6/14/2019
Watching Day'Ron Sharpe, Bryce Thompson, Puff Johnson, Dawson Garcia, Cam Hayes, Cam Thomas, Daishen Nix at the NBA Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, VA
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Hosting 2021 5-star point guard Cam Hayes on an unofficial visit to Chapel Hill
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Watching UNC offerees 2020 PF Isaiah Todd, 2020 PF Greg Brown, 2020 SF Ziaire Williams, and 2021 PG Cam Hayes at the Nike EYBL event in Cartersville, GA
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Watching 2020 SF Donavan Johnson, 2020 UNC PF commit Day'Ron Sharpe, 2021 PG Carter Whitt, 2021 PF Jabari Smith at the Adidas event in Mansfield, TX
Friday, April 26, 2019
Watching 2020 5-star SG Jaden Springer (UNC offer) in the Under Armour event at Hy-Vee Arena in Kansas City, MO
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Ziaire Williams2020 SF
Donovan Johnson2020 SF
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