UNC Women's Basketball Recruiting

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

UNC women's basketball commitment Lanie Grant selected to Jr. NBA Court of Leaders

Future North Carolina Tar Heel point guard has been selected to participate in the Jr. NBA Court of Leaders program, an extra preparation step for her journey to joining the women’s basketball team. Grant is a part of the 2025 recruiting class and has been carving out a name for herself with dominating performance for the USA Basketball U16 team. (Tar Heels Wire)

Drake Powell zooms up ESPN rankings, five other UNC men’s and women’s basketball recruits fall

While continues to rise in the ESPN rankings, the other five UNC men's and women's basketball recruits all dropped. ESPN has changed Powell from a 4-star to a 5-star and elevated him from 34th in the Class of 2024 to 12th. dropped from 12th to 17th. Five-star center fell from 26th to 29th in ESPN’s 2024 rankings. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball Commits Blanca Thomas, Lanie Grant Headline Under Armour Elite 24 Showcase

UNC Women's Basketball coach has two Tar Heel commits competing in the Under Armour Elite 24 Showcase, which is reserved for the top 24 players in girls and boys high school basketball. Class of 2024 five-star center will join class of 2025 five-star point guard as part of Team BreakThru on August 12 in Atlanta. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Women's Basketball Offers 2026 4-Star Wing Bella Ragone

Bella Ragone announced that she has received an offer from North Carolina. Ragone, a 6-foot-2 wing from Hoschton, Georgia, is a 4-star recruit ranked No. 20 in the 2026 class in the latest HoopGurlz rankings. Ragone also holds offers from Harvard, Baylor, Texas Tech, Louisville, Florida State, Northwestern, TCU, Auburn, Villanova, Illinois, and more. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Women’s Basketball commit Jordan Zubich finishes AAU career strong

Four-star recruit was the first player in the 2024 recruiting class to commit to and the North Carolina Tar Heels women’s basketball program. Currently ranked as the No. 65 player in her graduating class (according to HoopGurlz), Zubich has certainly made a case to move up the rankings over the last couple of weeks. (Keeping It Heel)

Lanie Grant makes high school basketball history with gold-medal victory

can't believe it happened. The standout guard became the first basketball player in James River High School history to win a Gold Medal when her team won the FIBA Women's Americas Championship in Mexico. She's also committed to North Carolina. "Something about UNC, the coaches, the campus, the culture, I fell in love with it." (

Courtney Banghart offers three top-10 2026 basketball recruits

UNC Women's Basketball coach has offered 6–2 wing McKenna Woliczko (who ESPN ranks No. 4 in the class), 6–0 guard Trinity Jones (No. 6) and 6–1 guard Jacy Abii (No. 9). Banghart apparently liked what she saw when she traveled to Mérida, Mexico, and saw the class of 2026 trio play in the FIBA Women’s U16 Americas Championship. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Future Tar Heel Lanie Grant scores 11 points, wins U16 Americas gold medal

Five-star UNC Women's Basketball commit scored double figures for the third time in the tournament as the United States easily upended Canada for its fourth straight gold medal at the FIBA Women’s U16 Americas Championship. Grant collected 11 points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal in the Americans’ 76–59 victory Monday. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball commit Lanie Grant scores 20 as US U16 team coasts into championship game

Argentina was helpless to stop the United States and a gritty effort from future Tar Heel . The 5-star class of 2025 UNC Women's Basketball commit scored 20 points as the Americans coasted into the championship game of the FIBA U16 Women’s Americas Championship in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, with a 112–48 semifinal victory over Argentina. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Lanie Grant dishes out game-high six assists as U.S. U16 team rolls again

Future Tar Heel dished out six assists as the United States moved one win away from the championship game with another blowout victory at the FIBA U16 Women’s Americas Championship. The Americans dominated the Dominican Republic 106-34 Saturday in the quarterfinals to clinch a spot in the 2024 FIBA Women’s U16 World Cup. (Tar Heel Tribune)
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