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UNC Basketball & Football Recruiting Week In Review

Simeon Wilcher, a combo guard from New Jersey, has scheduled a visit to Chapel Hill the weekend of October 8th. UNC also has offered Georgia point guards and London Johnson. Women's coach hosted 5-star Ashlyn Watkins on an official visit. And 4-star running back joined UNC’s 2022 football recruiting class. (Tar Heel Blog)

5-star point guard Isaiah Collier receives UNC offer

Two days after receiving an offer from one of college basketball’s blue blood programs, 2023 top-50 guard picked up another, this time from North Carolina. The 6-foot-3 Collier boasts more than a dozen offers, including Auburn, Louisville, Cincinnati, and Miami. But offers from UCLA and UNC take his recruitment to a different level entirely. (On3.com)

Why 5-star center G.G. Jackson is Top 10 in the 2023 class

is a 6-foot-9 5-star center in the class of 2023 from Ridge View High in Columbia, SC. Jackson is the No.10 player in the country and is considering North Carolina, South Carolina, Clemson, DePaul, and Duke. Jackson has a 40 inch vertical to get his head over the rim on every dunk attempt. His vertical also aids him on the defensive end. (On3.com)

Hubert Davis offers 4-star point guard London Johnson

On Thursday, UNC added another prospect to its 2023 basketball recruiting board by offering 4-star point guard . Johnson is the second 2023 point guard to earn an offer from the Tar Heels, joining 5-star . Johnson also holds offers from Arizona State, Auburn, Georgetown, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Ole Miss, and others. (Keeping It Heel)

5-star guard Simeon Wilcher schedules UNC official visit

and the North Carolina basketball coaching staff have been on the recruiting trail the past few weeks visiting 2023 recruits while watching some open gym sessions. But now, they are set to host their first official visit for UNC's 2023 recruiting class. Five-star combo guard has set an official visit to Chapel Hill on October 8th. (Keeping It Heel)

Podcast: UNC Wraps Up 2022 Basketball Recruiting Class, Begins 2021-22 Season

As is customary for the Coast to Coast podcast, Sean Moran and Sherrell McMillan of Inside Carolina join Joey Powell to break down what's happening around the UNC Basketball program. They begin with an overview of the recently-completed 2022 basketball recruiting class then turn their conversation toward the 2021-22 season. (Listen To Podcast)

4-star forward Matas Buzelis receives UNC visit

The UNC basketball coaching staff was expected to visit 4-star forward on Tuesday at New Hampshire's Brewster Academy. Joining UNC among Buzelis' visitors was Illinois head coach Brand Underwood on Tuesday and Duke's Jon Scheyer, who will visit on Wednesday. The 6-foot-10 Buzelis is ranked No. 23 overall in the 2023 recruiting class. (Keeping It Heel)

Interview with Seth Trimble

is a four-star guard out of Menomonee Falls, (WI.) who is committed to the North Carolina Tar Heels. Trimble joined the And 1 show and discussed life, new commitments in 2022 Tar Heel class, and what he’s been up to the past few weeks. Question: What was the deciding factor for you choosing? Did your brother play a considerable role? (On3.com)

UNC Basketball & Football Recruiting Week In Review

Running back , after a fairly protracted recruitment, announced on Monday that he’d been announcing his commitment on September 22nd, or next Wednesday. Pettaway will be choosing between the Heels, Oregon, Penn State, and Florida. The big news of the week is that got his guy, 4-star wing/forward . (Tar Heel Blog)

5-Star Center Dereck Lively Sets Commitment Date

II, a 7-foot-1 center from Bellefonte (Pa.) Westtown School will end his recruitment and announce his college decision Monday, September 20th at 6 pm ET. This summer, Lively visited Kentucky, Duke, and North Carolina officially, while Penn State received an unofficial visit. This seems likely to be a battle between Duke and Kentucky for Lively. (On3.com)
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