UNC Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

2024 Forward Ryan Jones: "North Carolina and Kentucky are the main two recruiting me hard right now"

Class of 2024 hybrid forward Jr. was quick to cite UNC and Kentucky as the schools in heaviest pursuit of him. "North Carolina and Kentucky are the main two that are recruiting me hard right now. I visited North Carolina two weeks ago. I talk to Orlando (Antigua) at Kentucky a lot. I’m also hearing from Cincinnati, Syracuse, Baylor, and other programs." (Zag's Blog)

A look at Hubert Davis' first recruiting class as head coach

In a season that will be highlighted with many “firsts” for the North Carolina men’s basketball team, head coach officially signed his first recruiting class last Wednesday. With a 0.9655 rating, according to 247Sports, the Tar Heels bring in the ninth-best recruiting class in the country and the second-highest in the Atlantic Coast Conference. (Daily Tar Heel)

Early Basketball Signing Period: ACC Breakdown

has the North Carolina basketball program in the top 10 in the 247Sports Composite Team Rankings and No. 2 in the ACC behind Duke. It looks like Davis will more than hold his own as a head coach recruiter. On the cusp of being ranked a 5-star, leads UNC's four man class. Trimble is a dynamic, do-everything type point guard. (247 Sports)

Hubert Davis Finds Versatility and Shooting in 2022 Signing Class

UNC's 2022 basketball recruiting class features players who fit the mold of what coach wants in his version of Carolina basketball. There is a focus on shooting and versatility. "The young men we want to sign have to be able to shoot and be versatile guys who can play multiple positions,” Davis said in a statement Wednesday evening. (Inside Carolina)

Tyler Nickel Discusses Signing With UNC Basketball

is officially a Tar Heel. The East Rockingham boys basketball star signed his National Letter of Intent to join the University of North Carolina men’s basketball team Wednesday. "I never really had a ‘dream’ school but realistically it was North Carolina. When I was little I did use to tell people, I am gonna play Division I basketball for North Carolina." (WHSV.com)

Will Shaver on Signing with UNC Basketball: "It was always my dream school"

3-star center signed his national letter of intent to attend North Carolina on Wednesday in a ceremony at Oak Mountain High School in Birmingham, Alabama. "It’s a dream come true," Shaver said. "Growing up, they were always on TV, the Tuesday Showcase on ESPN. It was always my dream school and they offered. It means the world to me." (AL.com)

Forward-thinking Jalen Washington dons Carolina blue to sign with Tar Heels

Decked in North Carolina gear, signed his national letter of intent on Wednesday afternoon. The next time the 6-foot-9 senior forward plays competitively figures to be in a Tar Heels uniform for coach . Washington, a 5-star recruit, underwent surgery Sept. 29 for a partially torn ACL and torn lateral meniscus in his right knee. (Chicago Tribune)

Hubert Davis Signs Four Players In His First Basketball Recruiting Class

University of North Carolina head men's basketball coach announced the National Letter of Intent signings of four recruiting class of 2022 high school prospects on Wednesday. The four signees include Tyler Nickel of Massanutten, Va., Will Shaver of Birmingham, Ala., of Menomonee Falls, Wis., and of Gary, Ind. (GoHeels.com)

Scouting Notes, Recruiting Details on UNC Basketball's Four 2022 Signees

On Wednesday, four basketball recruits in the class of 2022 are signing with North Carolina to create coach ' first recruiting class. Big men Will Shaver and along with point guard and wing Tyler Nickel are putting pen to paper to officially sign with the Tar Heels. Here are three key takeaways on each signee. (Inside Carolina)

National Signing Day Primer For UNC, Duke, NC State Basketball Recruits

Basketball recruits across the country can sign binding letters of intent during the Division I early periods that start Wednesday and continue through Nov. 17. Here’s a primer on who’s expected to sign with the UNC, Duke, and N.C. State men’s basketball programs, plus info on women’s teams and where top 2022 recruits in North Carolina are committed (Fayetteville Observer)
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