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Video: Jordan Brand Classic Game Highlights (Bacot, Anthony)

Highlights from Saturday's Jordan Brand Classic game, featuring North Carolina center signee (#5 black team) and top point guard recruit (#50 black team). Anthony is scheduled to announce his commitment between UNC, Oregon, Notre Dame, and Georgetown on Tuesday, April 23 at 8:50 AM ET, with UNC the presumed favorite. Read More...

Jordan Brand Classic: Big-timers set to announce

planned to announce his decision Monday. However, Anthony later confirmed that he will be announcing on ESPN on Tuesday morning. North Carolina remains the major favorite. Wing is set for a Monday afternoon commitment. Most of the basketball world sees Duke as the team to beat among other finalists Kansas, Oregon, and UCLA. (Rivals.com)

Cole Anthony Finalizes Announcement Plans

Nearly a year after made him North Carolina's top priority in the class of 2019, , will announce his college decision in New York on Tuesday. “We’re going to do it on a show," Anthony said after practice Friday at the Jordan Brand Classic. Friday night, Anthony confirmed he will announce Tuesday at 8:50 a.m. ET on ESPN's Get Up show. (Inside Carolina)

Matthew Hurt Commits to Duke

It didn't come as a surprise Friday when chose Duke. A product of Rochester (Minn.), Hurt can shoot with range and is a perfect fit for Duke. The return of point guard proved to be helpful. “I think he saw himself at any one of the four schools," Hurt's father said. "One of the deciding factors was a desire to play with . They are both Minnesota kids." (Rivals.com)

Cole Anthony is built for greatness

’s path to stardom has been atypical even among teenage basketball prodigies. As the son of 11-year NBA veteran Greg Anthony, he has had all the advantages of a privileged upbringing combined with the technological advancements that have made developing elite athletic talent a more meticulous and systematic process than ever before. (SB Nation)

Analyst Prediction: Cole Anthony to North Carolina on Monday

, the McDonald’s All-American Game MVP and one of the most highly recruited guards in the 2019 class, has set his announcement date for Monday. For several months, this has felt like a battle between North Carolina and Oregon for the top point guard in the class. My prediction is Anthony gives good news to and the Tar Heels on Monday. (Rivals.com)

Several UNC targets among ESPN's college basketball transfer rankings

2. (6-5, 210) SF, Jr., Little Rock: Tucker has high majors such as UNC all over him, averaging 20.3 points and 6.7 rebounds last season, and he shot 41 percent from 3-point range; 5. (6-7, 215) SF, Jr., William & Mary: Will visit UNC April 28; 7. (6-4, 175) SG, Jr., Charleston Southern: Will visit UNC April 23-25. (ESPN.com)

Decision Day for Matthew Hurt

— a 6-foot-9 forward and the No. 8 player in the 2019 composite rankings — will reveal his college decision around 4:15 p.m. ET on Friday, and Duke is the overwhelming favorite. “I’d be surprised if it’s not Duke on Friday,” Rivals.com analyst Corey Evans said. “I think Kentucky still has some optimism. North Carolina is in there, as well." (Lexington Herald-Leader)

Recapping UNC Basketball's Upcoming Official Visits

UNC Basketball has scheduled official visits with a trio of players for next week: , , and . All three players would help fill the perimeter void left by , , , and . Here's a quick rundown on these potential future Tar Heels and how they could fit into next season. (Tar Heel Blog)

Five-star guard Jaden Springer leads a blue blood recruitment

North Carolina, Auburn, Kansas, Maryland, Memphis, NC State, Tennessee, Texas, and Wake Forest are the programs that 2020 5-star shooting guard noted that have already offered and remain in close contact. On UNC: “One of the best programs in college basketball. Whenever you get an offer like that, it is big time. I was blessed to get that.” (Rivals.com)

Isaiah Todd announces Top 10 schools, will stay in 2020 class

, the 6-foot-10 power forward from Trinity (VA) Academy, is now considering 10 schools. Ranked No. 13 by 247Sports.com in 2020, Todd is down to Kentucky, UCLA, Oklahoma State, Memphis, UCF, Maryland, Vanderbilt, North Carolina, Kansas, and Oregon. Todd also plans to stay in the 2020 class and won’t reclassify to 2019. (Zag's Blog)

Four-star guard Anthony Harris schedules UNC, Indiana visits

Four-star guard has scheduled official visits to Indiana and North Carolina. Harris, one of the top available guards in the 2019 recruiting class, will visit Indiana this coming Friday and Saturday. He will then take an official visit to North Carolina on Monday and Tuesday. Harris is also considering Georgetown, Maryland, and Virginia Tech. (247 Sports)
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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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