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NCAA suspends all recruiting in Division I through April 15

The NCAA is suspending on- and off-campus recruiting for all Division I sports through April 15. In the wake of the expanding coronavirus threat, the NCAA has taken measures to mitigate any risks associated with the virus. The NCAA recently canceled remaining winter and spring championships, while UNC has suspended all athletic-related activity. (ESPN.com)

Deja Kelly Still Adding To Storied Prep Career

In the past week, 5-star UNC Women's Basketball signee Deja Kelly led her team to a state championship, picked up two All-America honors, and a prestigious state award. On Friday, she was named 2019-20 Gatorade Texas Girls Basketball Player of the Year, which recognizes not only athletic performance but outstanding academic achievement and character. (GoHeels.com)

Deja Kelly named Gatorade Texas Girls Basketball Player of the Year

Deja Kelly had already been recognized as one of the best girls high school basketball players in America, selected for the McDonald’s All-American Game and the Jordan Brand Classic. On Friday, the North Carolina signee was recognized as the best player in Texas. Kelly, a 5-9 senior guard, was named the Gatorade Texas Girls Basketball Player of the Year. (Dallas Morning News)

UNC Women's Basketball Signee Deja Kelly Named McDonald's All-American

In her first recruiting class as head coach of the North Carolina women's basketball program, managed to secure a McDonald’s All-American. Deja Kelly, a 5-foot-8 guard from Dallas, Texas, committed to North Carolina in mid-November, giving the Tar Heels' new head coach her second 5-star recruit since arriving in Chapel Hill. (Keeping It Heel)

Five UNC Women's Basketball Signees Nominated For McDonald's All-American Game

North Carolina Women's Basketball is welcoming in a top recruiting class that features five-star recruits Deja Kelly, Anya Poole, four-star recruit Kennedy Todd-Williams, and three-star recruits Alyssa Ustby and Ali Zelaya. On Thursday, all five of those players received national recognition as nominees for the 2020 McDonald’s All-American Game in April. (Keeping It Heel)

Michigan Transfer Ariel Young Joins UNC Women's Basketball Program

Ariel Young, a wing from Tallahassee, Fla., has joined the North Carolina women's basketball team, coach announced Tuesday. Young transferred to UNC from the University of Michigan, where she played during the 2018-19 season. Young will begin practicing with the Tar Heels on Wednesday, the first day of spring semester classes. (GoHeels.com)

5-Star UNC Women's Basketball Commit Anya Poole Named MVP At John Wall Holiday Invitational

Five-star UNC Women's Basketball commit Anya Poole was named MVP of the John Wall Holiday Invitational over this weekend. Poole was fantastic in the tournament all weekend long, helping lead Southeast Raleigh to the title game. Poole is part of a five-player 2020 UNC women’s basketball recruiting class that also includes five-star guard Deja Kelly. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC women's basketball lands 4-star transfer player Ariel Young

and the University of North Carolina women’s basketball program landed a big-time transfer on Monday who figures to be a difference-maker for the Tar Heels in the years to come. Ariel Young, a 6-foot-1 guard out of Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida announced her decision to transfer to UNC from the University of Michigan. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Women's Basketball Announces Coach Banghart's First Signing Class

Five outstanding high school student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to join the North Carolina Women's Basketball program. Deja Kelly, Anya Poole, Kennedy Todd-Williams, Alyssa Ustby, and Ali Zelaya will join the Tar Heel roster in 2020. Coach 's UNC class is ranked 11th nationally and fourth in the ACC by ESPNW. (GoHeels.com)

5-star Guard Deja Kelly Commits to UNC Women's Basketball

Five-star guard Deja Kelly announced Monday that she has committed to the North Carolina women's basketball program. Kelly is holding a signing ceremony Monday at Duncanville’s Sandra Meadows Arena. Kelly is the second five-star recruit in the class of 2020 to commit to the Tar Heels, joining forward Anya Poole from Southeast Raleigh High School. (Dallas Morning News)
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