Video: Seventh Woods is a Tar Heel
Seventh Woods, the 6'2" guard from South Carolina will join North Carolina as part of the class of 2016.
Video: Brandon Robinson is a Tar Heel
Brandon Robinson, the 6'5" swingman from Douglasville, Georgia will join North Carolina as part of the class of 2016.
Video: Tony Bradley is a Tar Heel
Tony Bradley, the 6'10" forward from Bartow, Florida will join North Carolina as part of the class of 2016.
Roy Williams Announces Three UNC Basketball Signees
The University of North Carolina signed three high school seniors to National Letters of Intent to attend UNC and play men’s basketball for the Tar Heels. The three signees include: Tony Bradley, a 6-10 forward from Bartow, Fla.; Brandon Robinson, 6-5 guard from Lithia Springs, Ga., and Seventh Woods, a 6-2 guard from Columbia, S.C. (GoHeels.com
Tony Bradley Signs with UNC
Tony Bradley is now officially a Tar Heel. The Bartow (Fla.) center signed the paperwork on Thursday during a ceremony at the school gym. Bradley was North Carolina's first commitment in the 2016 class when he announced his decision in September, and has since been joined by Brandon Robinson and Seventh Woods. (Inside Carolina
Seventh Woods' dunks and mixtapes
Seventh Woods, who committed to North Carolina on Wednesday, burst on to the scene at a young age with multiple mix tapes and highlights that brought him national attention. There was the YouTube video that named him the "The BEST 14 Year Old In The Country" and then a massive dunk as a sophomore that was No. 1 on SportsCenter's top ten. Check out videos: (Carolina Blue
Rawle Alkins Blog: Michael Jordan comparisons and more
Rawle Alkins: "When I took my visit to North Carolina, Coach Williams was telling me all about how much of an impact I could make on the state. He said I really reminded him of Michael Jordan. He said Michael was 6-4 when he was there just like me, and Michael did whatever it took to win and he said he sees that in me. Like I said in my last blog, I think it’s better to wait until the spring to sign." (USA Today
Video: Breaking down four-star center Udoka Azubuike
Udoka Azubuike has already taken four official visits. Will the talented big man sign early or late? What will he bring to the table next year in college? Scout breaks it down.
What Seventh Woods brings to UNC
On Wednesday morning UNC landed a commitment from 247Sports Composite four-star combo guard Seventh Woods. Woods choose the Tar Heels over South Carolina and Georgetown. He becomes North Carolina's third commitment for the 2016 class. In Woods the Tar Heels are getting an explosive athlete who can do a lot of different things on offense and defense. (Carolina Blue
Signing Day: Scout.com 2016 Top 25 Basketball Class Rankings
4 North Carolina: Roy Williams and UNC have a trio of four-star recruits. Tony Bradley, Scout's No. 31 player, is a terrific area rebounder with potential as a post scorer. Brandon Robinson, the No. 55 player, gives them an athlete that scores well from the perimeter and has potential as a defender. Ultra-athletic combo guard Seventh Woods, the No. 34 recruit, committed to UNC on Wednesday. (Scout.com
Video: Seventh Woods' UNC Announcement
In a room full of South Carolina fans and South Carolina media, Seventh Woods pulled out a hat to reveal that he would be attending his dream school: North Carolina. Watch his full announcement from Wednesday morning at Hammond School in Columbia, SC. (Inside Carolina
Seventh Woods: "I went with my heart"
North Carolina's nearly four year recruitment of Seventh Woods came to an end on Wednesday morning when the 2016 four-star guard picked the Tar Heels over South Carolina and Georgetown. Ultimately, Woods' went with his heart. UNC was his dream school. "That was a big part of it," Woods said when asked if his heart won out. (Carolina Blue
Seventh Woods Commits to UNC
No senior guard received more attention from Roy Williams than Seventh Woods. Williams and the Tar Heels’ dogged persistence over the last three years paid off when Woods, a 6-2 high-flying standout at Columbia (S.C.) Hammond, announced his commitment on Wednesday morning at a school ceremony. "They've believed in me since eighth grade," he said of the Tar Heels, adding that it's where he feels he fits best. (Inside Carolina
Video: Previewing the Seventh Woods announcement
Four-star guard Seventh Woods will make his college announce on Monday at 9:45 a.m. at Columbia (S.C.) Hammond School. Woods will be choosing from among his final three schools of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgetown. Many analysts believe Woods will choose one of the two Carolina schools. Is there a favorite? What's his game like? Scout examines the talented guard. (Scout.com
Predictions: Where will the top 2016 uncommitted basketball recruits go?
Numerous basketball recruits in the 2016 class are set to announce their college decisions before the end of the early signing period. Here is a look at where we think they will end up. (Scout.com