UNC Basketball Recruiting
Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.
Hubert Davis Taking UNC Basketball Recruiting Back to the Top
When we started getting the word that Ian Jackson
's decision was imminent, there was a lot of Kentucky talk. That's where he's going even up until I'd say maybe Thursday before the commitment. I saw Elliot Cadeau
, and either he did a heck of a job of playing it off, or Elliot really didn't think there's much of a chance that Ian was committing to UNC. (Inside Carolina
Entire UNC Basketball Staff Watches 5-Star Recruit Jarin Stevenson
On Tuesday night the entire UNC basketball coaching staff took the short trip to Pittsboro, N.C. to watch class of 2024 five-star forward Jarin Stevenson
. With four players already committed to UNC's 2024 class
, Stevenson has emerged as UNC's final focus to close out the cycle. Stevenson and Seaforth High School defeated Jordan-Matthews, 56-50. (Inside Carolina
Elliot Cadeau named to Sweden's World Cup Qualifiers basketball team
North Carolina point guard commit Elliot Cadeau
is one of four players in Hubert Davis
’ No. 1-ranked 2024 basketball recruiting class
. And now Cadeau will get the chance to showcase his basketball abilities on the international stage. Cadeau was chosen on Tuesday to compete for Team Sweden in the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers from February 22-27. (USA Today
Video: Locked On Tar Heels - Simeon Wilcher, Zayden High Updates; UNC Basketball Home Stretch
The 2023 McDonald’s All-American rosters were announced last week. Noticeably missing from the men’s group of 24 is UNC Basketball signee Simeon Wilcher
. Jason Jordan provides updates on Wilcher and Zayden High
and how they are performing in their senior seasons. And five things UNC Basketball needs to do down the stretch.
Video: Coast To Coast Podcast - UNC Basketball Recruiting Deep Dive with Eric Bossi
On this edition of the Coast to Coast Podcast, the show format gets a bit of a tweak: while Sean Moran is away on assignment, Sherrell McMillan and Joey Powell of Inside Carolina are joined by 247Sports National Basketball Director Eric Bossi to take a deep dive into UNC Basketball recruiting.
James Brown Interview: UNC Commitment Dishes on Recruitment, Ian Jackson, and the 2024 Class
Class of 2024 four-star big man James Brown pledged to the North Carolina Tar Heels on Jan. 2 and became the third commitment in the Tar Heels' top-ranked 2024 class that features four-star wing Drake Powell
, five-star point guard Elliot Cadeau
and now five-star shooting guard Ian Jackson
. Brown's first — and only — trip to Chapel Hill came in October. (Inside Carolina
Simeon Wilcher stars in Roselle Catholic win
When the McDonald’s All-American selections were announced, UNC basketball commit Simeon Wilcher
was one of the most notable players who did not make the list. However, the future Tar Heel did not let it get to him, as he put together a strong performance to help his high school team capture a come-from-behind victory on Wednesday night. (Keeping It Heel
James Brown breaks down UNC's 2024 classJames Brown
chose North Carolina over Michigan State, Illinois, Notre Dame, and Missouri. The 6-foot-9 center is the No. 4 player at his position in the 2024 class. He has experience with the USA Junior Basketball team. After his double-double performance in the win at the Quincy Shootout, Brown talked about UNC’s 2024 basketball recruiting class
UNC Basketball commit Ian Jackson signs with Octagon for NIL representationIan Jackson
is taking steps to ensure he is setup for NIL success. The five-star recruit and second-ranked player in the 2024 class
has signed with Octagon for NIL representation, he announced. Because New York allows high schoolers to monetize their name, image, and likeness, Jackson will be able to start working on his NIL brand immediately. (On3.com
Video: Locked On Tar Heels - UNC All-Time Starting 5; Leaky Career Stats; Cadeau, Jackson Reclass?
It's a mailbag episode on today’s show where we look at Leaky Black
’s career statistics, the possibility of Elliot Cadeau
and Ian Jackson
reclassifying into the class of 2023, Isaac Schade’s favorite Tar Heel, Isaac’s All-Time UNC Starting 5, and much more.