UNC Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

UNC Offers 2022 Small Forward Cam Whitmore

By Saturday night, had seen enough. Earlier in the day, during a matchup with 2022 UNC target and Charlottesville (Va.) St. Anne's-Belfield, Davis watched 2022 forward dominate. The 6-foot-6 rising senior forward from Severn (Md.) Archbishop Spalding, made six three-pointers en route to a game-high 36 points. (Inside Carolina)

Hubert Davis watches 5-star guard Zion Cruz

Zion Cruz, the 6-foot-5 combo guard from The Patrick School (N.J.), remains open in his recruitment but a handful of schools are focusing in on him. North Carolina, Auburn, and Arizona State all are watching him this weekend. UNC coach and assistant were there for both the 7-1 and Cruz, but have yet to offer Cruz. (Zag's Blog)

Tracking who's contacted and offered top 2023 basketball recruits

After the first two days of the contact period, here is who's contacting and offering many of the top recruits in the 2023 class. Local blue bloods have begun contacting top ten recruit . Since the contact period began he has heard from UNC, Duke, Kansas, Arkansas, and Florida. has reaffirmed the previous offer from . (247 Sports)

Seth Trimble joined by brother J.P. Tokoto on official visit to UNC

Four-star point guard is the latest basketball recruit to visit UNC, staying two days earlier this week for his official visit. Trimble’s brother and former UNC forward was one of the family members on his visit, giving him a perspective from someone who spent three seasons on campus. The two posed for photos together in UNC jerseys. (Keeping It Heel)

Hubert Davis, Brad Frederick watch Dereck Lively

On the first day that college coaches could evaluate high school basketball recruits in person in over a year, was a star attraction. North Carolina coach and assistant , as well as Duke coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer and associate head coach Chris Carrawell, were among those on hand to watch the 7-foot-1 Lively. (Zag's Blog)

UNC Basketball & Football Recruiting Week In Review

A commitment from 4-star defensive end wasn’t the only good news this week. 5-star defensive lineman Travis Shaw announced his top four schools Tuesday, and UNC has made the cut. Not to be shown up by his football counterpart, UNC basketball coach made an offer to class of 2023 4-star forward . (Tar Heel Blog)

5-star PG Jaden Bradley takes official visit to UNC

North Carolina hosted a big-time basketball recruit this week in class of 2022 5-star point guard . A 6-foot-2 prospect from Concord, N.C., Bradley plays at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. He is ranked No. 13 in the nation, the No. 2 point guard, and the No. 4 player in Florida. His official visit to UNC started Tuesday, June 15 and ended June 16. (Inside Carolina)

Will Shaver on UNC: "It's been my dream school"

On the second day of a two-day visit to UNC, 6-foot-11 center committed to the Tar Heels on June 2, which happened to be his dad, Chris Shaver’s, birthday. “It’s been my dream school since I was a little kid,” Shaver said. “Growing up, I would see North Carolina on TV playing. It captivated me as a kid and made me want to play for them." (Over The Mountain Journal)

North Carolina Offers 2023 Forward G.G Jackson

June 15 marked the first day college coaches could initiate contact with basketball recruits in the class of 2023. It also marked the day that North Carolina offered . The 6-foot-9, 205-pound rising junior forward from Ridge View (S.C.) High School got the word by way of a phone call from UNC head coach on Tuesday. (Inside Carolina)

UNC basketball and Hubert Davis finish two busy weeks of in-person recruiting. How will it help?

North Carolina's Jordan shoe wall has made a major comeback over the last two weeks, as , , , and Will Shaver have donned UNC jerseys and posed in front of it during their official visits to Chapel Hill. That’s just one aspect of the last 14 busy days of UNC basketball recruiting. Here’s what else you need to know. (Fayetteville Observer)
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