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Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

G.G. Jackson and the future of UNC basketball: 3 recruiting trends to follow

Even though UNC’s 2023 basketball recruiting class is ranked No. 2 in the country with commitments from and fellow 5-star , the Tar Heels are pursuing another top rising senior while making inroads in the 2024 class. Here’s a look at three trends to follow. 1. The 6-9, 175-pound ranks as the nation’s No. 6 recruit. (Fayetteville Observer)

Simeon Wilcher, G.G. Jackson Recruiting 5-Star Forward Matas Buzelis

During a recent appearance on "The Front Office" podcast (Video), UNC basketball commit Simeon Wilcher talked about who he and fellow commit are recruiting to UNC. ". That’s who we are trying to get. That would be a force to reckon with. Especially with and all those guys that will be there when we get there." (Tar Heels Wire)

Seth Trimble, G.G. Jackson Aiming For USA Basketball

UNC basketball signee and commit have the chance to experience international competition with USA Basketball’s under-18 national team. The pair is among 27 players expected to participate in a USA Basketball training camp May 26-June 2 in Houston, ahead of the FIBA U18 Americas Championship in Tijuana, Mexico. (Burlington Times News)

Celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio Cooks up Offer to Recruit Transfer Matthew Mayer to UNC

You would expect basketball star to recruit for North Carolina. And it wasn't surprising to see former Tar Heel linebacker and country music star also recruit for UNC. But now, celebrity chef Tom Colicchio, the host of Bravo's hit reality cooking show Top Chef, has chimed in. The target? Baylor transfer forward Matthew Mayer. (Inside Carolina)

Simeon Wilcher, NY Rens aim to raise awareness of Ukrainian children

When and his NY Rens teammates take the court Memorial Day weekend at the Nike EYBL stop in Louisville, they will look to not only win games but to raise awareness about an issue they care deeply about: Ukrainian children victimized by Russia’s invasion. Wilcher, a 6-foot-5 junior at Roselle Catholic, has committed to North Carolina. (NJ.com)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - Simeon Wilcher Introduction & Evaluation

North Carolina has two elite basketball recruits in the class of 2023: Simeon Wilcher and . Wilcher will join a deep backcourt that will likely start and . Coach Pac Kilby joins host Isaac Schade to discuss Wilcher, his UNC player comp, his NBA player comp, and much more. (View Video)

Video: Coast to Coast Podcast - Basketball Recruiting Chatter & Rankings with Eric Bossi

On the latest episode of the Coast to Coast podcast, Sherrell McMillan, Sean Moran, and Joey Powell of Inside Carolina bring in 247Sports National Basketball Director Eric Bossi to talk about recruiting rankings, future Tar Heel players, and much more. (View Video)

Patrick Baldwin Jr. Scouting Report, Potential Fit With UNC

Jr. may be a name to monitor for UNC basketball. As looks to fill the scholarship slot left by , plenty of players have emerged as potential options for the Tar Heels. Baldwin may be a long-shot, but he’s one of the most talented transfer prospects in the country. Here’s a look at PBJ’s game and potential fit at UNC. (ACC Sports Journal)

G.G. Jackson, Seth Trimble Named To USA Men’s U18 Training Camp Roster

Class of 2023 North Carolina basketball commit and 2022 signee have been named to the USA Men’s U18 Training Camp roster. Jackson and Trimble are among 27 players who will compete for 12 roster spots on the USA Basketball U18 National Team which will compete at the FIBA U18 Americas Championship in June. (Tar Heels Wire)

Video: Interview With UNC Basketball Commit Simeon Wilcher

Class of 2023 North Carolina Basketball commit and his brother, C.J., a basketball player at Nebraska talk about basketball. Simeon discusses his recruitment, which recruit he'd like to see commit next to the Tar Heels, UNC head coach , and much more. (View Video)
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