UNC Women's Basketball Recruiting

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

UNC Women's Basketball Commit Reniya Kelly: "As soon as I visited, I was like, this is it"

will be taking her talents to UNC to join the Tar Heels next season. "North Carolina was a better fit for me. I felt that was the best opportunity for me to get better on and off the court. As soon as I visited, I was like, this is it, this is the place for me. I love the coaching staff It was just a great connection from the time I started talking to them." (

Podcast: Courtney Banghart Show - Jumpman Invitational, Women's Basketball Recruiting Updates

UNC women's basketball coach discusses Tuesday's matchup with Michigan in the Jumpman Invitational, recaps the win against USC Upstate, discusses how much recruiting plays a role in her day-to-day duties. Then, UNC Women's Basketball's Director of Recruiting Liz Roberts breaks down the highly touted class of 2023. (Listen To Podcast)

UNC Women's Basketball Announces Signing Of 2023 Recruiting Class

Four future Tar Heels have signed letters of intent to play for UNC, women's basketball coach announced Friday. , ranked fourth in the 2023 recruiting class, is a 5-star recruit. Reniya Kelly (No. 30), RyLee Grays (No. 90), and are 4-star recruits. They've been ranked as high as the No. 5 recruiting class in the nation. (

Laila Hull Signs With UNC Women's Basketball

will go down as one of the best basketball players ever to don the Zionsville (Ind.) uniform. And while she still has a good chunk of her senior season left, on Friday she made her college decision official by signing with the North Carolina women's basketball program. Hull chose the Tar Heels over Boston College, DePaul, Marquette, and Maryland. (Lebanon Reporter)

UNC Basketball Programs Officially Sign 2023 Recruiting Classes

The crown jewel of ’s 2023 class, , is ranked as the No. 4 overall recruit in the class. She won Pennsylvania Player of the Year for the 2021-22 season. A 4-star recruit for the Heels, comes to Carolina by way of Hoover High School in Alabama. ESPN rates Kelly as a 95 overall and the No. 30 overall player in her class. (

Four-Star Indiana Forward Laila Hull Commits To UNC Women's Basketball

Coach added the fourth commitment to the 2023 UNC women's basketball recruiting class Tuesday from 4-star forward of Zionsville, Ind. It was a natural landing spot, considering she says her father loves UNC and and hates Duke. Hull, had cut her list to UNC, Boston College, DePaul, Marquette and Maryland. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC vs. VT Preview, Pete Nance & Malu Tshitenge Interviews

and Adam Lucas preview North Carolina's football matchup with Virginia Tech (15:53). Live Action with Carolina Basketball was postponed until next Friday due to Hurricane Ian (29:47). Our interview with WBB's (34:43). discusses discuss joining UNC Basketball (43:10), and more. (Listen To Podcast)

Five-star center Ciera Toomey 'loved coach Banghart right from the beginning'

In March, UNC Women's Basketball showcased its future as its young core led the way to a Sweet 16 berth in the NCAA Tournament. That future got even brighter on April 11, with the commitment of , a 5-star center and No. 3 recruit in the nation for the class of 2023. Toomey averaging over 18 points and 7 rebounds per game last season. (Daily Tar Heel)

4-star RyLee Grays will give UNC women's basketball versatile skills for 6–3 player

When 4-star power forward arrives at UNC a year from now, she’ll not only swat away shots but conventional expectations for a post player. The third member of UNC’s talented women’s basketball recruiting Class of 2023 combines a versatile skill set that includes excellent ballhandling skills, relentless play around the rim and top-level defense. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Four-Star Forward RyLee Grays Commits To UNC Women's Basketball

An already talented recruiting class for UNC women’s basketball just got better. , a four-star 6–3 post player from Houston, picked the Tar Heels on Sunday over N.C. State, Texas, Baylor, Florida, and Mississippi. Grays, ranked No. 93 nationally by ESPN, joins five-star commitments and Reneya Kelly in UNC's Class of 2023. (Tar Heel Tribune)
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