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

UNC Women's Basketball Signs Nation's No. 2 Ranked Recruiting Class

The North Carolina women's basketball program will welcome a stellar foursome of freshmen for the 2021-22 season. The four players – Destiny Adams, Teonni Key, Kayla McPherson, and Morasha Wiggins – are each ranked in the top 18 and are collectively ranked as the No. 2 class in the nation. All signed National Letters of Intent with UNC on Wednesday. (GoHeels.com)

ESPN Ranks UNC Women’s Basketball Recruiting Class of 2021 No. 2 in the Nation

's UNC women's basketball team is adding four players ranked in ESPN’s top 20, led by wing Teonni Key — the No. 9 player overall. UNC will also welcome guards Kayla McPherson (No. 17) and Morasha Wiggins (No. 18) alongside forward Destiny Adams (No. 20). Carolina added verbal commitments from Key and Wiggins in June. (Chapelboro.com)

Four UNC Women's Basketball Commits Make ESPN's Top-20 Prospects

North Carolina Women's Basketball head coach is quickly returning the program to national prominence. After pulling in three ESPN 100 commitments in the 2020 recruiting cycle, Banghart has outdone herself in 2021 — securing pledges from four top-20 prospects. South Carolina is the only other team to accomplish that feat. (Inside Carolina)

Courtney Banghart turning in stellar women's basketball recruiting class

Coming off a 14-16 season, the future is bright for the UNC Women's Basketball program as they turned in a solid 2020 recruiting class. But their 2021 class is the one making headlines. Coach ’s 2021 class has four players in the Top 20 of the latest ESPN recruiting rankings. Check out the committed recruits for UNC in that Top 20: (Keeping It Heel)

Five-star point guard Kayla McPherson commits to UNC

Madison County (Ga.) High School’s Kayla McPherson is considered a can’t miss 5-star basketball recruit. North Carolina landed her on Sunday. The 5-foot-7 point guard is ranked No. 15 in the 2021 women's basketball recruiting class. In June, McPherson narrowed her list of offers to North Carolina, N.C. State, Mississippi State, Georgia Tech, and Arizona. (Online Athens)

Get to know UNC Women's Basketball's three 5-star commitments

UNC's 2021 Women's Basketball recruiting class is set to be one of the strongest in program history. All three recruits — Destiny Adams, Teonni Key, and Morasha Wiggins — are rated as five-star prospects, making this the first year since 2013 UNC has had at lease three five-star recruits. Here's how they will contribute to coach ’s team. (Daily Tar Heel)

5-Star Guard Morasha Wiggins Commits To UNC Women's Basketball

UNC women's basketball and coach have scored another 5-star recruit in Morasha Wiggins, who committed to the Tar Heels on Saturday. The Michigan native chose UNC over USC, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio state, and Tennessee. Wiggins joins recently committed 5-star recruits Teonni Key and Destiny Adams in Chapel Hill. (All Tar Heels)

Five-star wing Teonni Key discusses UNC commitment, versatile game, and Courtney Banghart

Teonni Key, ESPN's No. 22 overall women's basketball recruit in the 2021 class, discusses her recent commitment to the UNC women's basketball team. "What stood out the most was how (coach has) brought life back to the program, and to see that it's going in the right direction is really great. Her vision for the future is also amazing." (Daily Tar Heel)

5-Star Wing Teonni Key Commits To UNC Women's Basketball

On Saturday, UNC Women's Basketball landed a big-time recruit for their 2021 class as five-star wing Teonni Key from Cary (NC) High School pledged her commitment. The 6-foot-3 Key is ranked No. 22 overall and picked the Tar Heels over offers from Auburn, UConn, Georgia, Kentucky, NC State, Maryland, Notre Dame, South Carolina, and Mississippi State. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Coaches Reflect on How Coronavirus Has Changed College Athletics

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to alter the landscape of college athletics, North Carolina's coaches are finding ways to adapt as athletes and staff remain away from campus. “Obviously a lot of things that we love have been taken away from us, mainly the interaction with our staff and our players,” said Tar Heels football coach recently. (Chapelboro.com)
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