UNC Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - Ven-Allen Lubin's 2023-24 closing stretch stats

Once UNC Basketball incoming transfer was healthy last season at Vanderbilt, his numbers increased and would likely be more desirable to Tar Heel faithful. It’s also a good time to be reminded that we can’t accurately judge portal success or failure at this juncture because we haven’t seen the final product on court. (View Video)

Five-star forward Cameron Boozer discusses UNC, other top schools

Class of 2025 5-star forward discussed six schools who are recruiting him the hardest. On UNC: "It’s how hard they play, how great their defense is. Another school that’s one of the most winningest schools in college. is a great guy. He really gets his players to compete every night. That’s what made them so good this year." (Zag's Blog)

UNC among 5 schools recruiting 5-star guard Cayden Boozer the hardest

Five-star guard on UNC: "They have a lot of good guards. R.J. Davis, , all those guards are really good. They help their guards play well and they produce a lot of wins. It’s a great playstyle for a guard." On coach : "He’s just a great coach, a good person to talk to. He’s one of the best coaches in college right now." (Zag's Blog)

UNC Basketball coaching staff in Colorado Springs this weekend for Team USA 18U Training Camp

The entire UNC Basketball coaching staff will be in Colorado Springs this weekend for the Team USA 18U Training Camp. The camp features two dozen premier prep talents competing for 12 Team USA roster spots for the FIBA U18 AmeriCup. UNC recruits taking part include , , Nate Ament, Nikolas Khamenia, and . (Sports Illustrated)

What Vanderbilt transfer Ven-Allen Lubin brings to UNC Basketball

With Ven-Allen Lubin’s commitment, UNC Basketball coach and the Tar Heels have a veteran post presence to surround fifth-year senior and a slew of talented guards. The 6-foot-8, 230-pound forward started his career at Notre Dame before joining the Commodores under former Vanderbilt coach and UNC legend . (Fayetteville Observer)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - Ven-Allen Lubin is a Tar Heel. Keep looking or stand pat?

from Vanderbilt becomes UNC Basketball’s second transfer commit in the lead-up to the 2024-25 season, joining from Belmont, both of whom have two years of eligibility remaining. Are the Tar Heels finished with their roster or will they still try to recruit more? Coleman Hawkins? Ugonna Onyenso? Someone else? (View Video)

Video: IC Reaction Podcast - Ven-Allen Lubin Commits to UNC Basketball

UNC Basketball received another commitment from the transfer portal on Thursday. , a forward from Vanderbilt, announced his intent to play in Chapel Hill next season. Sherrell McMillan, Sean Moran, and Joey Powell from Inside Carolina convened to discuss and analyze this breaking story for the Tar Heels. (View Video)

Vanderbilt Transfer Ven-Allen Lubin Commits to UNC Basketball

North Carolina has added another piece to its 2024-25 roster with a commitment from Vanderbilt forward . The 6-8, 230-pound sophomore made his announcement Thursday, just over a week after his official visit to Chapel Hill. Lubin is UNC's second transfer portal commitment this offseason, following Belmont sharpshooter . (Inside Carolina)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - UNC's 1st 2026 scholarship offer, Jumpman info, other schedule info

offered four class of 2025 basketball recruits on Monday. On Tuesday, the Tar Heels dipped into the class of 2026 for the first time, offering in-state SF . We learned more details about the 2024 Jumpman Invitational, which also makes it a great time discuss what we know about UNC's 2024-25 schedule. (View Video)

UNC Basketball battling home-state Indiana in Braylon Mullins recruitment

North Carolina doled out a handful of basketball offers over the weekend, but none are more intriguing than the one it dished to four-star guard , an Indiana-based star and high-priority Hoosiers' target. Mullins has turned plenty of heads in the weeks leading into the live period and is a sure bet to move up the rankings in the next update. (
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