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Kinston Connection: Bullock Tweets to Newly Offered UNC Prospect

is a 6-foot-6, 190-pound prospect and the No. 57 overall player in the 247Sports Composite rankings. He becomes the seventh player from the 2021 class to receive an offer from UNC. Following the offer, former UNC wing tweeted to Styles. It was a simple nod to the newly offered prospect and recognition of the earned offer. (Inside Carolina)

Big Expectations Await Caleb Love At UNC

There's a giant hole in the lineup at point guard in Chapel Hill, given that is as good as gone to the NBA. The most likely option to fill that void for UNC is . A McDonald's All-American who has been more of a scorer and combo guard in high school, he's going to have throwing as many minutes at him as he can handle. (Rivals.com)

2020s Best Remaining Basketball Recruits

is the best shooter of the bunch and probably the hardest to read. Nobody recruiting him has a great feel for what he will do as Arizona, California, Georgetown, Minnesota, North Carolina, Vanderbilt and others remain involved. Darius Miles picked up offers from Alabama and Boston College recently with Virginia Tech getting more involved. (Rivals.com)

Repeat player of the year R.J. Davis sits alongside Westchester's greats

With parks closed and gyms shuttered, has remained busy. Whether it's pushups in the living room or taking notes from old game tapes, the Stepinac senior's voluntary quarantine hasn't slowed his tireless pursuit of greatness. If that focus and drive are what carry the talented to rarefied air, perhaps that's why Davis now resides with the very best. (Lower Hudson Journal News)

The Final Book On Walker Kessler

Five-star center ’s commitment to North Carolina last fall caught some by surprise, as many basketball recruiting analysts though he would commit to Duke. He chose UNC and and was a huge pickup for the Tar Heels. Kessler led his team to a 30-2 record and the Georgia state championship along with achieving numerous honors. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Kerwin Walton Includes UNC In Top Six

, the 6-foot-5 class of 2020 shooting guard from Hopkins (MN), has cut his list to six schools. He is looking to set a commitment day sometime in April. He is down to Arizona, Creighton, Georgetown, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Vanderbilt. Walton has visited North Carolina, Arizona, Creighton, and Minnesota. He currently holds an offer from UNC. (Zag's Blog)

Scouting Caleb Love: Transition Playmaker

UNC fans have plenty to look forward to with the incoming 2020 recruiting class. They specifically have plenty to look forward to with 5-star point guard . Of all the ability Love will bring, the one aspect of his game that is likely to shine the brightest is what the Tar Heel program usually does better than anyone in the country: transition offense. (247 Sports)

Podcast: Potential Additions to UNC's 2020 Basketball Recruiting Class

Sherrell McMillan and Sean Moran of Inside Carolina join host Jon Seiglie to discuss the latest UNC basketball recruiting news, including potentially adding another player to UNC's 2020 class, and offering 2021 in-state player . They also debate who would win between UNC's 2005 and 2009 NCAA Championship teams. Read More...

Video: Caleb Love - "314 to UNC"

Five-star point guard will be attending North Carolina next year, but it wasn't always like that for Love. As a sophomore, he was on no one's radar. In this Episode, we get to witness one of his dreams come true. Read More...

Caleb Love's prestigious CBC career cut short by coronavirus pandemic

’s senior season was halted by the coronavirus pandemic that has wreaked havoc around the world. As an eighth-grader, Love set goals for his high school career. He wanted to be a McDonald’s All-American, a Jordan Brand All-American and a Team USA selection for the Nike Hoop Summit, an international all-star game. He achieved all of them. (STL Today)
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Where's Roy?
Tracking Roy Williams on the Recruiting Trail
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Hosting 2022 5-star point guard and 2022 wing D.J. Nix on unofficial visits for UNC's game against Wake Forest
Sunday, February 23, 2020
Watching 2021 4-star shooting guard Trevor Keels (UNC offer) at his playoff game in Washington, DC
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Watching 2021 5-star forward Patrick Baldwin, Jr. (UNC offer, Sussex, WI) record 37 pts. and 17 rebs. in Hamilton's road win in Milwaukee, WI
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Hosting 2020 UNC signee Puff Johnson and 2021 3-star forward Eric Van Der Heijden at UNC's game vs. Virginia in Chapel Hill
Friday, February 14, 2020
Watching 5-star UNC shooting guard signee R.J. Davis in his Senior Night game at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, NY
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