Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.
New Tar Heel Tony Bradley "can't wait to get on campus"
One of UNC's three 2016 enrollees will be heading to Chapel Hill early next week. Tony Bradley, a 6-10, 230-pound center/power forward combo, could be UNC's most important freshman. He will need to contribute immediately as a backup to Kennedy Meeks and Isaiah Hicks. He will likely be the first big man off the bench for the 2016-2017 Tar Heels.
Scout's Updated 2018 Basketball Recruiting Top 60
Similar to the updated 2017 rankings, there wasn’t much movement at the top of the updated 2018 player rankings. Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon power forward Marvin Bagley stayed at his perch atop the 2018 top 60 with California native Jordan Brown following him at No. 2 and fast rising guard Romeo Langford at No. 3.
What impact can UNC's incoming basketball recruits make next season?
UNC’s 2016 recruiting class will enroll next week, and its three scholarship players — Tony Bradley, Brandon Robinson and Seventh Woods — will each have an opportunity to make an impact. But how will the trio fare once they suit up for the first time? Woods separates himself from other prospects because of his other-worldly athleticism.
Video: P.J. Washington Pangos All-American Camp Highlights
Highlights of 2017 5-star power forward P.J. Washington (Dallas, TX/Findlay Prep) at the Pangos All-American Camp. Washington holds an offer from North Carolina and is also considering Texas, Kentucky, Arizona, California, and Michigan State, among others.
UNC's incoming basketball recruits could make an early impact
UNC's incoming basketball recruits, a class ranked No. 11 nationally according to 247Sports, include center Tony Bradley, combo guard Seventh Woods and wing Brandon Robinson. Bradley headlines the group after a high school career that earned him McDonald’s All-American status. He’s a consensus top-30 recruit who will see significant minutes.
Getting to know incoming freshmen on each top-25 college basketball team
6. Tony Bradley, North Carolina: A throwback-style big man with a wide body and polished low-post arsenal, Bradley (No. 17) is going to hear plenty of Sean May comparisons during his time in Chapel Hill. He'll play immediate minutes for a talented UNC squad that could use another weapon up front. The Tar Heels could have a multi-year impact player on their hands.
Scout.com Updated 2017 Top 100
Scout's basketball recruiting has updated the 2017 top 100 rankings. The top six of DeAndre Ayton, Mohamed Bamba, Wendell Carter, Trevon Duval, Michael Porter and Kevin Knox stayed in tact, but 18 new names made the list. North Carolina point guard commit Jalek Felton comes in at No. 28 overall and is the No. 7-ranked point guard in the country.
Video: Jalek Felton Under Armour Circuit Highlights
UNC basketball commit Jalek Felton is one of the best guards in the country. Nephew of Raymond Felton, he can play on the ball, off the ball, plays above the rim, a jet in transition, and lethal shooter from deep.
Top prospects, recruiting battles and new names in latest ESPN 100
The best small forwards in the 2017 class are loaded with versatility, shot-making ability and terrific size: Michael Porter Jr. (No. 4) has extreme versatility, Kevin Knox (No. 7) is a highly skilled shooter, and Brian Bowen (No. 10) can make plays and score. Seven-footer DeAndre Ayton stayed at No. 1, and it isn't hard to see why.
Jalek Felton ranked five stars by ESPN
UNC basketball commit Jalek Felton, nephew of former UNC star Raymond Felton, is ranked 24th on ESPN’s updated top 100, one of just 27 players given five stars. Once ranked as high as seventh by ESPN, Felton has hovered in the mid-twenties. He is the consensus number-one combo guard in the class of 2017 and the top player in the state of North Carolina.
Video: Highlights of top 35 overall prospect Mitchell Robinson
One of the biggest stock risers this spring has been center Mitchell Robinson. He has been dominant for Pro Skills in the EYBL, and Robinson is hearing from Texas A&M, LSU, North Carolina, and Kentucky.
2018 SF Jairus Hamilton Spring Highlights & Recruiting Update
Jairus Hamilton (UNC offer) is a 2018 small forward from Cannon High School in Concord, NC. Miami, West Virginia, Texas A&M, Maryland, and Florida have been the most recent to offer this spring. It’s been said that UNC is very high on his list but he still hasn’t narrowed it down just yet. He’s taken unofficial visits to Duke, Wake Forest, and UNC already.
2017 SF Jarred Vanderbilt hearing from UNC
2017 5-star small forward Jarred Vanderbilt visited Arizona last year, but says he hasn't been on any visits since, and he wants a chance to do that before narrowing things down. He's hearing from Arizona as well as Texas and Kansas "on the daily." Vanderbilt names Baylor, Oregon, North Carolina, Kentucky and TCU as the other teams in steady contact with him.
Video: UNC interested in 2017 center Brandon McCoy
Scout.com's 15th ranked 2017 recruit, Brandon McCoy, has offers from several of the nation's top programs. He tells Scout that Arizona, Louisville, Michigan State, North Carolina, Oregon, and UCLA are among the schools working hardest in his recruitment.
Five-star PF P.J. Washington discusses UNC visit
Five-star class of 2017 power forward P.J. Washington is one of the most sought-after players in the country right now, and he is coming off visits last weekend to UNC and N.C. State. "It was great," Washington said. "I got to see coach Roy (Williams) and the facilities on campus and the dorms." Washington also stopped by to see the N.C. State campus.