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Ziaire Williams to take official visit to UNC

On Sept. 27, class of 2020 wing will join 2020 UNC commit , 2020 guard , and 2021 forward on official visits to North Carolina for the weekend of Late Night with Roy. Williams will be the first player to take two official visits to UNC. 2020 forward is also expected to attend. (Inside Carolina)

247Sports Updated 2021 College Basketball Recruit Rankings

There’s talk that could reclassify to the 2020 class. If he did, Kuminga would be in the conversation for No. 1 in that class as well. While selecting the top recruit in the 2021 class was fairly easy, slotting No. 2 through No. 4 was difficult. In the end, we ranked No. 2, with Patrick Baldwin and just behind him. (247 Sports)

Roy Williams Offers Minnesota Guard Kerwin Walton

When 2019 forward committed to Arizona last November, it seemed unlikely the Tar Heels would be back at Hopkins (Minn.) High School again anytime soon. Ten months later, however, and assistant watched 2020 guard on Tuesday. Before heading out, Williams offered Walton a UNC scholarship. (Inside Carolina)

Several UNC Basketball Targets Among List Of High-Stakes Recruitments

At UNC, and his staff have put a lot of energy into and could really use an elite wing. UNC is going to need to replace , so landing would be huge. is another player who has deep ties to many of the programs recruiting him. His father, Rod, played for UNC assistant at Tulsa. (Rivals.com)

Dawson Garcia Includes UNC In Final 7

North Carolina has made the cut with another elite basketball recruit in the class of 2020, as included UNC among the seven finalists he named Tuesday. Along with the Tar Heels, the 4-star Minnesota center named Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Marquette, Memphis, and Minnesota as the programs he’ll be moving forward with in his recruitment. (Keeping It Heel)

Q&A with 5-star forward Greg Brown

Last month, narrowed his list to Auburn, Kentucky, Memphis, North Carolina, and Texas. His first official visit was to Texas last weekend and four others will be made over the next few months (UNC, Sept. 27), which will lead to a signing in April. On North Carolina: "I haven’t really heard from them a lot lately, but they are still on my list." (Rivals.com)

Caleb Love Cancels Indiana Visit, Cuts List To Four

5-star point guard said he will pick between Missouri, Kansas, Louisville, and North Carolina. An official visit planned for Indiana has been canceled. The Hoosiers, like the Arizona Wildcats, are out of the race. Love has plans to visit North Carolina (Sept. 20-22), Louisville (Sept. 27-29), and Kansas (TBD) before he finalizes and announces his decision. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Boom or bust potential with UNC basketball's 2020 recruiting class

I believe one of or ends up in Chapel Hill. Could , , , and/or follow? and are the likeliest. And don’t forget about , , , , and . It is boom or bust time in Chapel Hill. (Rivals.com)

2021 PF Paolo Banchero Trims List To 9, Includes UNC

, a 6-foot-9, 235-pound power forward at O’Dea High School in Seattle included North Carolina among a list of nine finalists along with Baylor, Duke, Georgetown, Gonzaga, Kentucky, Memphis, Tennessee, and Washington. Banchero is the No. 4 recruit in the class of 2021, the top-ranked power forward, and No. 1 in the state of Washington. (Keeping It Heel)

Basketball Recruiting Weekend Visits & Tidbits

, the 6-foot-3 point guard from Christian Brothers (MO) College, will take his second official visit to Indiana this weekend and has a visit planned to North Carolina on Sept. 20. , the 6-foot-6 small forward from DeMatha Catholic (MD), takes his fourth official visit to Miami this weekend and will visit North Carolina on Oct. 11. (Zag's Blog)
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Walker Kessler2020 C
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Day'Ron Sharpe2020 C
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Isaiah Todd2020 PF
Ziaire Williams2020 SF
Basketball Recruiting Board
Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
On an in-home visit with 2020 5-star center Walker Kessler in Fairburn, GA
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Watching and offering a scholarship to 2020 4-star shooting guard Kerwin Walton in Hopkins, MN
Monday, September 16, 2019
On an in-home visit with 2020 5-star small forward Ziaire Williams in Chatsworth, CA
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Visiting 4-star small forward Earl Timberlake and 4-star center Hunter Dickinson in Hyattsville, MD
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Visiting 4-star point guard R.J. Davis on an in-home visit in White Plains, NY
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