UNC Women's Basketball Recruiting

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Women's Basketball Recruiting.

UNC Women's Basketball makes final five for 5-star guard Jordan Speiser

UNC Women's Basketball has made the final five for 5-star guard Jordan Speiser, who was the Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior last season. Speiser is No. 20 on ESPN’s Class of 2025 rankings. Speiser has narrowed her possible college destinations to UNC, Ohio State, TCU, Iowa, and Kansas State. She plans to visit Chapel Hill this fall. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball included in top 10 for five-star Class of 2026 prospect Oliviyah Edwards

Oliviyah Edwards is one of the top prospects in 2026 women's basketball recruiting class. The Tacoma, Washington native is the No. 7 overall player in her class and has elected to focused on 10 programs as she narrows down her recruitment: Duke, Florida, Florida State, LSU, North Carolina, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Tennessee, USC, and Washington. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Women's Basketball to host two 5-star recruits on official visits

UNC Women's Basketball is scheduled to host two class of 2025 5-star recruits for official visits. Destiny Jackson, a 5-foot-6 point guard from Chicago has scheduled a visit to Chapel Hill from June 17-19. Jackson ranks as the No. 25 player in the Class of 2025. The other expected visitor is Nyla Brooks, a dynamic 6-foot-1 wing from Alexandria, Virginia. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Women's Basketball Signee Lanie Grant Invited To USA Basketball U17 Trials

Incoming UNC women's basketball freshman is one of 44 athletes invited to trials for the U17 National Team, USA Basketball announced Tuesday. Trials are set to begin May 23 in Colorado Springs, with a 12-member team to be announced at the end. The 2024 FIBA U17 Women's World Cup is scheduled for July 13-21 in Irapuato and Leon, Mexico. (

UNC Women's Basketball signee Jordan Zubich has eyes set on next chapter

While Mountain Iron-Buhl senior didn’t get to cap off her last high school basketball season with a state championship, the soon-to-be Tar Heel says her final go-around with the Rangers was by far her favorite. Helping bring MI-B all the way back to the state title game, Zubich’s time in high school was as illustrious as anyone could hope. (Mesa Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball signee Lanie Grant trying out for U.S. U17 team

Incoming UNC guard is one of 44 players who will try out for the team representing the United States at the FIBA U17 Women’s World Cup from July 13-21 in Irapuato and Leon, Mexico. Grant, 17, is the only incoming college freshman trying out for the team. The other players will graduate from high school in 2025, 2026, 2027 and 2028. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball's incoming recruiting class ranked No. 15 by ESPN

UNC’s incoming freshman class is No. 15 in ESPN’s women’s basketball recruiting rankings released Monday. Charlotte Catholic 6–5 center is ranked No. 32 on ESPN’s individual rankings. No. 59 5–9 guard from Midlothian, Va., and No. 69 5–11 guard from Mountain Iron, Minn., also are headed to Chapel Hill. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball signee Blanca Thomas invited to tryout for USA U18 team

Incoming UNC freshman center is one of 26 players invited to try out for USA Basketball’s U18 National team, which will represent the United States in the FIBA U18 Women’s AmeriCup on June 17–23 in Bucaramanga, Colombia. Thomas, a 6–5 former 5-star recruit at Charlotte Catholic High School, is one of three incoming UNC freshmen. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball Transfer Trayanna Crisp Brings Determination To Tar Heels

When drives to the basket, she does it with a verve uncommon among guards in women’s college basketball. The 5-8 incoming junior, who will transfer to North Carolina after two seasons at Arizona State, is built like a linebacker and has similar strength and determination. Instead of getting to the quarterback, she’s getting to the rim. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball Announces Signing Of Arizona State Transfer Guard Trayanna Crisp

will join the UNC women's basketball team as a transfer, coach announced Monday. Crisp, who played two years at Arizona State, is the second transfer to sign with the Tar Heels in the offseason, following in April. A 5-8 guard from Goodyear, Ariz., Crisp started 28 games for the Sun Devils last season. (
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