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UNC Basketball Recruiting Week in Review

A look back at the past week in UNC basketball recruiting.

Larry Fedora Secures Signature Win

North Carolina’s 38-31 victory over Georgia Tech is arguably the biggest during the Larry Fedora era. “I think we’ve been going in the right direction so I don’t know that we’re turning,” Fedora told reporters during his postgame press conference. “But I think maybe that gets us over the hump.” That hump was winning in Atlanta, something the Tar Heels hadn’t done since 1997.

Video: UNC Football All-Access Win At Georgia Tech

Not only was it the largest come-from-behind-win in the history of UNC football but it was also the first victory for the Tar Heels in Atlanta since 1997. Go 'All-Access' like you never have before.

2015-16 UNC Basketball Media Guide Available Now

The 2015-16 North Carolina men's basketball media guide is now available online and can be downloaded for free as a PDF on The 208-page media guide contains player and staff profiles, information on the Smith Center and Tar Heel basketball history. Also included is the Carolina basketball record book.

Video: 2015 UNC Football - The Georgia Tech Game

The UNC Football Video crew has put together another outstanding video highlighting Saturday's win over Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

Video: Larry Fedora Post-Georgia Tech Interview

North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora talks briefly with GoHeelsTV following the Tar Heels' comeback win over Georgia Tech on October 3rd, 2015.

One-on-One with Five-star PF Harry Giles

Recruiting is starting to heat up, you took your first official visit to Wake Forest. How was that? Harry Giles: "It was good to go home. Going home is always incredible. They went all out for me. I expected it. It was really good. It was a good visit." You have visits set for Kansas, Duke and Kentucky, where do things stand with North Carolina? "I’m still trying to decide on that. It’s still up in the air right now."

Video: UNC-Georgia Tech Game Highlights

After an early 21-0 deficit, the Tar Heels (4-1, 1-0 ACC) complete the largest comeback in school history to defeat Georgia Tech 38-31 in Atlanta on October 3rd, 2015.

Keion Joyner no longer member of Havelock High football team

Havelock High linebacker Keion Joyner is no longer a member of the football team. Havelock coach Jim Bob Bryant confirmed late Monday that senior was no longer on the team. He did not elaborate. Joyner entered the 2015 season as one of the most highly-recruited players in the state. He held numerous offers from high-profile colleges and reportedly had narrowed his choices to a handful, including North Carolina, Louisiana State and Florida State as his favorites.

UNC Basketball Roundup

Practice is underway and the season is a little over a month from starting. Here is this week's news items. Late Night With Roy details have been announced. Former Tar Heel and current TNT NBA analyst Kenny Smith will emcee the October 23rd event. Doors open at 6:30 PM with festivities starting at 7:30 PM, Admission is free.

Late Night With Roy Details

Join the UNC men's basketball team and celebrate the tipoff of the 2015-16 season on Friday October 23 at Late Night With Roy. Hosted by Tar Heel Kenny Smith of TNT, the evening will include the first chance to see the highly-ranked Tar Heels in the Blue-White scrimmage. There will be a special recognition of longtime Late Night host Stuart Scott, who will be posthumously awarded a Tar Heel Trailblazer Award.

College Basketball's Best Seniors for 2015-16

Guard, Marcus Paige, North Carolina: Paige battled a foot injury that cut his numbers for most of the season. He found his stroke in the final month of the season, averaging 17.1 points and 4.8 assists while shooting 45.8 percent in the final eight games.

Dean Smith's office chair to be retooled, used by chemotherapy patients

A chair used by former University of North Carolina men’s basketball coach Dean Smith will soon have a new purpose: It will be retooled and used by chemotherapy patients. On Friday, the chair was auctioned off at Tar Heel head coach Roy Williams’ annual breakfast benefiting cancer charities. Dr. Mark Graham, a former UNC professor and oncologist at the school’s cancer research and treatment center, purchased it for $15,000.

Predicting the top 20 wings for the 2015-16 college basketball season

Justin Jackson arrived in Chapel Hill last season as a consensus top-15 recruit in the class of 2014, but he didn’t garner as much attention as some of his freshman peers. That’s likely to change this season, because Jackson—a possible first-round pick in this year’s draft had he declared—should be one of the top scorers on a national championship contender.

Four-Star TE Garrett Walston Flips to UNC

Garrett Walston will continue his football career in state after all. The four-star tight end switched his commitment to UNC from Georgia on Thursday, according to Inside Carolina sources. Walston, a 6-foot-4 standout from Wilmington (N.C.) New Hanover ranked the No. 15 tight end in the nation by, originally selected Georgia on June 30 over in-state programs UNC and NC State.

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