Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.
Video: Sterling Manley 2017 Fast Break Inviational highlights
Highlights of 2017 North Carolina Tar Heel Commit Sterling Manley of Pickerington Central High School at the Fast Break Invitational at Belleville High School.
Video: Romeo Langford Summer Highlights
Romeo Langford is a 5-star shooting guard from New Albany, Indiana. He's the ESPN #2 recruit in 2018 and recently scored 40 points against La Lumiere School on ESPN. He's received offers from Duke, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, North Carolina, UCLA, and more.
Video: Coby White Early Junior Season Highlights
2018 North Carolina point guard commit Coby White has been very impressive early on in his junior basketball season at Greenfield School in Wilson, NC.
2018 4-star wing Jairus Hamilton checks all the boxes
Cannon school coach Ché Roth has run out of superlatives to describe 2018 wing sensation Jairus Hamilton, who has the size, strength, ability, personality and intellect to be a winner on on and off the court. “He’s a check-every-box kind of kid,” Roth said after a Cannon 94-70 win Friday over Northside Christian Academy. Hamilton, who was 10-for-12 from the field, got to the rim with little resistance. (Scout.com
Jarred Vanderbilt announces final four
Bellaire (Tex.) Victory Prep 5-star small forward Jarred Vanderbilt has cut his list down to four schools.The 6-foot-8, 213-pound southpaw is down to Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon and TCU, he announced on Twitter Sunday night. Vanderbilt is ranked 20th overall in the 2017 class by the 247Sports Composite. He's taken official visits to North Carolina and Kentucky. (CBS Sports
Jarred Vanderbilt injures foot at day one of Tarkanian Classic
Five-star forward Jarred Vanderbilt left the game early with an injury to his left foot. He was doing everything for Victory Prep early, including playing the point and bringing the ball up. Vanderbilt missed the whole summer due to a foot injury and was finally looking like full strength at USA Basketball in October. His status is unknown. Vanderbilt has taken official visits to UNC and Kentucky. (Rivals.com
Kevin Knox Scores 30 on Day 1 of City of Palms
Kevin Knox's versatility, athleticism, and improving perimeter game has attracted coaches from around the country to the 6'8" Tampa Catholic senior. In front of three Duke coaches, Knox finished with 30 points, 12 rebounds, and 6 steals in a close victory over East St. Louis and five-star big man Jeremiah Tilmon. Knox is considering Duke, Florida State, Kentucky and UNC. (247 Sports
ESPN’s Biancardi: Romeo Langford ‘special’
With coaches and representatives from Louisville, Kansas, Duke and Purdue looking on – five-star guard Romeo Langford hung 40 points on USA TODAY’s top-ranked team in the Lakers, who boast four ESPN 100 recruits. Langford made his name known with a vicious one-handed dunk, plus the foul, over La Lumiere’s Jaren Jackson Jr., a 6-foot-11, five-star forward. (Louisville Courier-Journal
UNC recruiting and Roy on UK's talent
Roy Williams was asked about Kentucky's recruiting style, compared to North Carolina's under his watch. "I'm not against the way John builds his team. I recruited most of the guys he recruited, we just didn't get them. I thoughy De'Aaron Fox was sensational. I saw [Malik Monk] put on as good a show as I've ever seen anyone play. I went and saw Bam Adebayo seven times." (Carolina Blue
Coveted basketball recruit Kevin Knox in no hurry to decide future
The Crusaders will hold practices in two iconic college arenas — UNC's Dean Smith Center and Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium. The directors even tweaked the Crusaders' tournament schedule so they could attend the Tar Heels' home game against Monmouth on Dec. 28. This courtship has everything to do with Kevin Knox, a Tampa Catholic senior who is one of the most coveted recruits in the country. (Tampa Bay Times
Video: Rechon Black Summer Highlights
UNC commit Rechon Black is a 2018 4-star point guard out of Charlotte, North Carolina. He plays for Montverde Academy in Florida during school and Team Loaded NC during the spring and summer. Here are summer highlights from the Adidas Gauntlet and NBA Top 100 Camp.
UNC showing strong interest in 2018 big man David McCormack
David McCormack, one of the nation’s top big men from the class of 2018, says that he’s still open to all schools — over 20 are seriously involved — though a few are sticking out. His most recent visit was to Maryland. North Carolina is keeping close tabs on him, too. “I’ve talked to Carolina and Coach (C.B.) McGrath very often. I like the way they develop their bigs with Isaiah (Hicks) and Kennedy (Meeks)” (ACC Sports Journal
Wendell Moore scores big in front of Roy Williams
A top 2019 target for North Carolina Wendell Moore scored 29 points in a win Tuesday in front of Roy Williams. Moore, a 6-5 wing from Concord (N.C.) Cox Mill High School, is an athletic and versatile perimeter player. He impressed this fall at the USA Junior Workout with his improved playmaking ability off the dribble. Moore is ranked No. 103 in the 247Sports Composite. (247 Sports
Romeo Langford stays cool amid hoopla
The recruiting side of Romeo Langford's life remains a bit of a mystery. Langford named his top in August: Duke, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, North Carolina, NC State, Purdue, Vanderbilt and UCLA. UNC's Roy Williams was in town on Monday. Langford has made unofficial visits in recent months to Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisville, plus several others. (Louisville Courier-Journal
2018 PF Silvio De Sousa Says UNC Among Schools Recruiting Him Hardest
Silvio De Sousa exploded onto the scene as a freshman at Montverde (FL) Academy and turned many heads. Now, two years later De Sousa is having another great season — at Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy. The 6-foot-9 De Sousa is a physical power forward. De Sousa mentioned there are several schools working harder than others. “Louisville, North Carolina, Maryland,” De Sousa said. (Zag's Blog