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Five-star center Vernon Carey commits to Duke

Five-star center committed to Duke on Thursday, giving the Blue Devils their third five-star recruit of the class. Carey, a standout at Ft. Lauderdale (Ft.) University School, picked Duke over Michigan State and North Carolina. To go with the three schools, Carey also took official visits to Miami and Kentucky. Carey took his official visit to Duke the weekend of Oct. 19. (247 Sports)

Making the Case for Five-Star PF Vernon Carey

The top-ranked basketball recruit in the 2019 class, , will announce his college decision Thursday. The five-star prospect is down to Duke, Michigan State and North Carolina, but which finalist needs him the most? The Tar Heels are not thought to be a major contender for Carey's commitment but they are in his final three so there is always a chance he could pick UNC. (Rivals.com)

Five-Star PF Isaiah Todd Visits UNC

Five-star was sitting courtside in the Smith Center on Wednesday. The 6-foot-10, 195-pound recruit earned an offer from North Carolina on Sept. 27, 2018 after an unofficial visit to UNC. Todd plays high school ball at Trinity Academy in Raleigh, N.C. A skilled and athletic forward, he is ranked as the No. 13 player and No. 2 power forward in the 2020 class. (Inside Carolina)

Cole Anthony Takes Surprise Visit to UNC

Class of 2019 point guard took a surprise visit to North Carolina on Wednesday and was sitting courtside as the Tar Heels took on UNC Wilmington. Anthony is the No. 3 overall prospect and No. 1 combo guard in the nation. This is the third visit to Chapel Hill in the last four months for the 6-foot-3, 184-pound 247Sports Composite five-star prospect. (Inside Carolina)

Matthew Hurt Schedules UNC Official Visit

Class of 2019 forward is expected to take an official visit to North Carolina over the Dec. 14-15 weekend, Hurt confirmed to 247Sports National Recruiting Analyst Evan Daniels. The Tar Heels take on No. 1-ranked Gonzaga at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15. Hurt, a 6-foot-9, 215-pound prospect, has held an offer from North Carolina for more than two years. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Makes Up Ground With Vernon Carey, Still a Long Shot

The thought of choosing North Carolina on Thursday is difficult to envision and while I still see him going to Duke or Michigan State, UNC has definitely caught his eye. No one has made up more ground over the past month than the Tar Heels. Carey was minutes away from placing a phone call to in November that he would not be visiting Chapel Hill. (Rivals.com)

Vernon Carey Decision Coming Thursday

The end is at hand for the top-ranked recruit in America, , who is down to Duke, Michigan State, and North Carolina. UNC already holds the commitment of , a five-star center, and while the Tar Heels will lose after this season, they have more than a formidable frontline. I don’t see it in the cards for the Tar Heels. I see Carey at Duke. (Rivals.com)

Keion Brooks says he's close to college decision after Trayce Jackson-Davis picks Indiana

Now that is on board for Indiana, recruiting attention in the state fully turns to Jr. “Within the next month or so,” he said, “I could see myself making a decision.” Brooks has taken official visits to UCLA, Indiana, Kentucky and North Carolina. He said he might reschedule a visit to Michigan State before deciding, “but if it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work.” (Indianapolis Star)

Matthew Hurt discusses visits, recruiting, and more

Five-star forward takes his first official visit this weekend by making a trip to Kentucky. Hurt also will take at least three more official visits this winter with tentative dates set with North Carolina (12/15), Duke (1/19) and Kansas (2/02). Hurt looked back on his high school career, went in depth on his recruitment and much more during a question and answer session. (Rivals.com)

Vernon Carey leaning towards decision "between two schools"

Jr. is deciding between Michigan State, Duke and North Carolina. “Within the next two weeks, I should make my college decision,” he said. “I don’t know where I’m going yet, but I’m leaning between two schools.” He declined to reveal the two favorites, but he spoke highly of Tom Izzo’s program and said former Duke star III was his favorite college player last year. (Detroit Free Press)

Predictions on 2019's Top 7 Uncommitted Basketball Recruits

Notre Dame, Oregon, and North Carolina are the three schools to beat for , and nothing that has happened in recent weeks has changed that. Furthermore, the Tar Heels are thought to be ahead of the pack some. Prediction: North Carolina; : Duke; : Kansas; : Florida State. : Washington. (Rivals.com)
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Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Watching 2019 5-star forward Matthew Hurt at John Marshall High School's game in Northfield, MN
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Watching 2019 UNC commit Armando Bacot, 2019 SG Anthony Edwards, 2020 PG Jeremy Roach, and 2020 C Hunter Dickinson at the DC Hoopfest in Washington, DC
Friday, December 7, 2018
Watching 2020 4-star SF Ziaire Williams at the Jesuit Father Barry Christmas Classic in Sacramento, CA
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Hosting 2019 5-star PG Cole Anthony and 2020 5-star PF Isaiah Todd on unofficial visits to Chapel Hill for UNC's game vs. UNCW
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Visiting 2019 5-star wing Keion Brooks at La Lumiere School in La Porte, IN
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