UA All-America: Devon Dotson takes over
Point guard Devon Dotson put on a show for the hundreds of college coaches in attendance at the Under Armour All-America camp Wednesday. With head coaches from Florida, Clemson and Tennessee in the house to see him play along with assistants from North Carolina, Wake Forest, N.C. State and many others, Dotson did everything one could ask a point guard to do. (Rivals.com
Video: Top-10 recruit Kevin Knox talks UK, Duke and North Carolina
Five-star basketball prospect Kevin Knox talks about his recruitment, which includes blue-bloods North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky.
Roy Williams Watching 2017 PG Matt Coleman
It was a who’s who of coaches to see speedy lefty Matt Coleman on Friday. Roy Williams, Rick Pitino, Jim Boeheim, Ed Cooley, Buzz Williams, along with assistants from Arizona, Stanford, Texas, and Ohio State were all front and center for the premier guard. Coleman grew up a fan of UNC, and the interest from the ACC blueblood has caught the Boo Williams’ product’s eye. (Hoop Seen
Peach Jam Friday morning recap for Andrew Platek, Kevin Knox, Mohamed Bamba and others
Class of 2017 recruit Andrew Platek, a 6-4 shooting guard being recruited by UNC, had 16 points and six rebounds for the Albany City Rocks as they beat Pro Skills 85-80 in three overtimes. Class of 2017 recruit Kevin Knox, a 6-8 forward being recruited by Duke and UNC, had 11 points and seven rebounds in an 83-70 loss to Houston Hoops. (Fayetteville Observer
Kevin Knox discusses recruitment timetable, UNC and Duke
Five-star small forward Kevin Knox, from Tampa, holds offers from UNC, Duke, Kentucky, Florida State, Arizona, Kansas, Maryland, and Villanova, among others. Right now it's shaping up as a Tobacco Road battle. Knox has visited both UNC and Duke, and he intends to cut his list to 10 teams after the Peach Jam and make a decision after his high school season. (Carolina Blue
Mohamed Bamba enjoys role as one of Peach Jam's top prizes
For a player like Mohamed Bamba, a 6-foot-11 rising senior from Harlem ranked near the top of his class and pursued by, among others, heavyweights North Carolina, Kentucky, and Duke, a trip into the area cordoned off for reporters immediately brings a cluster of microphones and cameras to his face. But a few questions in, it’s clear that Bamba is having fun with this. (Fayetteville Observer
Video: UNC Commit Jalek Felton UA Camp Interview
Five-star point guard Jalek Felton has been among the top standouts at the Under Armour All-American camp. Scout caught up with Felton, where he discussed his strengths, what position he considered himself and his relationship with the UNC staff.
UNC PG Target Devon Dotson Aiming to Make Statement
It was hard to miss Devon Dotson at Under Armour All-America camp this week. Sure, his on-the-court ability, speed and quickness made him a standout in games filled with Division I prospects. It was, however, a larger-than-life banner – stretching from the top to the bottom of the Levine Center at Queens University – that made the 6-1 point guard visible to every college coach in attendance. (Inside Carolina
Peach Jam: Four-star wing Brandon Randolph gets loose
The second day of the Nike Peach Jam had a host of top performers, but Brandon Randolph was certainly among them after a strong showing during the night session on Thursday. Randolph showed off a versatile scoring attack with coaches like Rick Pitino, John Calipari, Bill Self, John Thompson, Roy Williams, Kevin Ollie and a host of others looking on. (Scout.com
Four Schools Prioritizing P.J. Washington
UNC coach Roy Williams has intentionally made P.J. Washington one of, if not his, top target. "I'm really cool with Roy," Washington emphasized. "He told me he was going to be at all of my games. He (Roy) said, 'You won't see a coach more than you will see him.'" So far, Williams has been true to his word, attending every Team Penny game played at Peach Jam. (Zag's Blog
Nick Weatherspoon, top 2017 PG in Miss., motivated by lack of national respect
Nick Weatherspoon’s consistent dominance hasn’t translated into national respect as of yet. The 6-foot-2 point guard currently checks in at No. 75 overall in the ESPN 100 and No. 14 among point guards, but that hasn’t stopped UNC, Louisville, Ohio State, Indiana, Mississippi State, Georgetown, Memphis, Iowa State, LSU and N.C. State from applying the full-court recruiting press. (USA Today
Uncle Raymond helps nephew Jalek Felton get a taste of life at UNC
North Carolina basketball commit Jalek Felton is still a year away from arriving on campus. But when it comes to getting a feel for life in the Tar Heels’ program, the 6-foot-3 guard is already well ahead of schedule. Felton is the nephew of Raymond Felton, who won an NCAA title at North Carolina in 2005 and has gone on to play more than a decade in the NBA. (Fayetteville Observer
UNC basketball recruiting: Best, Realistic 2017 Class
North Carolina's 2017 basketball recruiting class is the most important class in Roy Williams tenure at UNC. After the 2016-2017 season, the Tar Heels will need to reload. Not only will UNC lose three seniors, but two more could leave early. Considering needs, numbers, and traction UNC has gained with recruits, here is CarolinaBlue's best and most realistic 2017 class. (Carolina Blue
Video: 2019 Intro Joey Baker - UA Camp
North Carolina native Joey Baker recently made Scout's initial 2019 top 25 list. On Wednesday, the 6-foot-7 wing discussed his game and recruitment. Early schools showing interest are UNC, Kentucky, NC State, Tennessee, and Texas.
Video: In-State schools prioritizing 2018 PG Devon Dotson
2018 point Devon Dotson told Scout at the Under Armour All-American camp that local schools North Carolina, Wake Forest and NC State, as well as Florida have prioritized him.