UNC Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.

Hubert Davis To Visit Trentyn Flowers At Combine Academy Wednesday

North Carolina will be one of five college basketball programs to visit Combine Academy on Wednesday to watch class of 2024 5-star small forward . Representatives from Duke (Jon Scheyer), Georgetown (Patrick Ewing), Creighton (Greg McDermott), and Texas also are expected to visit Flowers, who received an offer from UNC on Sept. 5. (Keeping It Heel)

Weekly Scoop: Live Action Recruit Preview, More on 2024 Basketball Targets

Class of 2023 power forward and class of 2024 guard are expected on campus at UNC this weekend for "Live Action With Carolina Basketball." North Carolina also has made a strong early statement to the family of 2025 shooting guard , who was in town recently for an unofficial visit that functioned as an official trip. (Inside Carolina)

Hubert Davis Extends First Class Of 2025 Offer To SG Isiah Harwell

picked up an offer from North Carolina during his unofficial visit Saturday. The 6-foot-5 sophomore guard received the Tar Heels' first offer to UNC's 2025 basketball recruiting class, and the earliest from since becoming UNC's coach. Harwell is the first Idaho native in the internet era to receive an offer from the Tar Heels. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Basketball hosting 2025 SG Isiah Harwell

While and UNC are putting most of the focus on the 2024 basketball recruiting class with visits coming up, they are hosting a 2025 recruit for an unofficial visit this weekend. Class of 2025 shooting guard has traveled from Idaho to Chapel Hill for an unofficial visit and will attend the UNC football game against Notre Dame. (Tar Heels Wire)

Elliot Cadeau's Recruitment Trending Upward After Dominant Summer

is regarded as the top point guard in the 2024 class. Cadeau’s most recent offers are from Texas, North Carolina, Kansas, Baylor, and Louisville. He’ll take his first official visit to Texas Tech this month and head to Louisville and UNC (10/7) in October. Cadeau is in constant contact with Kentucky assistant K.T. Turner but has yet to talk to John Calipari. (Sports Illustrated)

UNC Basketball and Football Recruiting: Week of 9/19

Inside Carolina also has an article saying that , an early standout in the 2025 recruiting class, has a visit scheduled in Chapel Hill despite not yet having an offer, as is the case with all 2025 recruits on UNC's radar. Harwell’s dad retweeted a message saying that Harwell's visit will be this weekend, for the football game against Notre Dame. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC Basketball Recruiting Official Visit Date Calendar

Over the next few weeks, the North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball program will be busy hosting some of its top recruits on official visits to Chapel Hill. Four-star wing committed to coach on September 8, not long after his August 23rd official visit to UNC. Here is a running list of upcoming recruiting visits and dates. (Read More...)

Hubert Davis Watches Five-Star Ian Jackson at Private New York Training Session

On Sept. 15, UNC basketball coach made the trip up to Bronx, New York, to attend a private training session that featured 5-star playmaker . The 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Cardinal Hayes High School is rated as the No. 2 player in the class of 2024 by the 247Sports Composite and is among UNC's top recruits in the class. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Coast To Coast Podcast - UNC Basketball Practice Begins, Recruiting Visits

The Coast to Coast podcast gang from Inside Carolina reunites for a full plate of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball discussion with Sherrell McMillan, Sean Moran, and Joey Powell resetting all of the latest news surrounding UNC Basketball, recruiting, and more. (View Video)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - Boogie Fland Sets UNC Official Visit

Class of 2024 5-star guard will take an official visit to Chapel Hill the weekend of Sept. 30 to attend Live Action with (UNC’s new name for Late Night). 2023 recruit also will attend. Sports Illustrated’s Director of Basketball Recruiting, Jason Jordan, says Fland would fit perfectly into the Tar Heels’ system. (View Video)
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