UNC Basketball Recruiting
Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Recruiting.
Top Ten Sophomore Cameron Reddish To Visit North Carolina, Duke
6'8" top ten sophomore Cameron Reddish of the Westtown School, just outside of Philadelphia, is visiting Duke and North Carolina this weekend, two sources confirmed. Reddish is a talented wing, who possesses versatility, athleticism, a high basketball acumen, and an improving perimeter shot. Coaches Mike Krzyzewski of Duke and Roy Williams of UNC have attended his games this season.
Video: Tony Bradley - #Get2TheGame
Tony Bradley just looks like a basketball player. At 6'9, 230 pounds, with long arms and good touch around the hoop, the North Carolina Tar Heels commit makes himself that much more valuable by playing hard on every play, running the court and rebounding.
Five-star SF Kevin Knox visiting UNC this weekend
A 247Sports Composite five-star, 2017 small forward Kevin Knox is planning on visiting Duke and UNC this weekend. He will be at both schools on Friday, at Duke on Saturday for the Blue Devils' game against Virginia, and then in Chapel Hill on Sunday for the Tar Heels' game against Pittsburgh. Florida State, Duke, and UNC are the three favorites right now for Knox, according to a CarolinaBlue source.
Tar Heels offer 2017 forward P.J. Washington
According to a report by Scout.com's Evan Daniels, 2017 forward P.J. Washington (Dallas, TX/Findlay Prep) holds an offer from North Carolina. UNC head coach Roy Williams and assistant coach Steve Robinson made a midweek trip out to Las Vegas last week to visit with Washington and his family. During the visit it was made clear that UNC has offered the 6-7, 225-pound prospect.
Scout.com Updated 2017 Top 100 Basketball Recruits
Although DeAndre Ayton held on to the No. 1 ranking with relative ease, Mohamed Bamba opened up some eyes during his junior season. Bamba has a ridiculous physical makeup with a 9-foot-6 standing reach and a 7-foot-8 wingspan. He’s mobile, athletic and reacts quickly to plays. Defensively, he’s an elite shot blocker with very good timing and despite his lack of strength rebounds well.
Wendell Carter Jr. Blog: Turning season around, college hoops and upcoming visits
Wendell Carter (2017 5-star center): "When I’m not playing I like to watch college basketball, especially the teams that are recruiting me. I watched North Carolina and I’m liking how they use their bigs. They don’t just stick them down in the post, they flash a lot and I’ve even seen them catch it out on the wing. It’s not foreign for Roy Williams to have the big men catch the ball in guard positions."
Seventh Woods, Dennis Smith to continue rivalry in ACC
Seventh Woods will be a combo guard joining the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball program in June 2016. His commitment on November 11, 2015 to attend UNC gives the Tar Heels a stout 2016 class of blue chip athletes. The videos below show epic battles between Seventh Woods and class of 2016 N.C. State commit Dennis Smith, Jr. Smith’s hometown is nearby Fayetteville, North Carolina. Woods’ hometown is Columbia, South Carolina.
Training UNC Signee Seventh Woods
There are few people that know UNC signee Seventh Woods' game better than his longtime trainer. If you’ve seen Woods play in the last three years, there are a few things you’ve noticed. His rare athleticism sticks out with every highlight-reel dunk. His speed, balance and quickness shine through every steal and come-from-behind block. What you don’t see a lot of is emotion.
Video: New Seventh Woods Mixtape
Recent highlights from 2016 North Carolina guard commit Seventh Woods (6-1, Hammond School, Columbia, SC).
Five-star 2017 wing D.J. Harvey discusses recruitment
D.J. Harvey has been a big name in recruiting circles for a couple of years now. Widely considered to be one of the nation's top prospects as a freshman, Harvey has continued to improve his game a could go wire-to-wire as one of the elite players in his class. UNC hasn't offered yet, but Harvey believes it is coming soon, and the Tar Heels will be players in his recruitment when that happens.
Jairus Hamilton Discusses UNC Offer
Jairus Hamilton has already received scholarship offers from Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Wake Forest and now North Carolina. He’s unofficially visited Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and UNC. “My family always leaned a little bit to UNC because of their players and history,” Hamilton said. “But now I have to start looking at things not as a fan but as what’s the best basketball decision for me."
Pace Academy’s Wendell Carter — big and getting bigger
Wendell Carter has taken one unofficial visit — to Duke. North Carolina coach Roy Williams was in attendance for Carter’s game Tuesday. Kentucky is on the case. So are Georgia and Georgia Tech, and Carter said he’s not averse to giving the locals every consideration. Even Harvard, which doesn’t give athletic scholarships, is intrigued. (He has a 3.8 GPA.) As yet, there’s no short list.
Remarkable rise of Kevin Knox puts him in elite company
Kevin Knox's stock has skyrocketed over the past six months to the point where the Tampa Catholic High School small forward is the main attraction. His every move is followed on the basketball court — from awestruck fans to college coaching icons. UNC's Roy Williams flew in to watch one of Knox's games in December. Duke's Mike Krzyzewski came to Tampa for a Crusaders game a week later.
Roy Williams Offers N.C. Sophomore Devon Dotson
Roy Williams’s early pursuit of the top players in North Carolina continued on Saturday. After North Carolina’s win over Boston College, Williams offered a scholarship to sophomore Devon Dotson. Dotson, a 6-0 point guard from Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day, is the third class of 2018 recruit with a UNC offer, joining UNC commit Rechon Black and wing Jairus Hamilton.
Video: Jairus Hamilton Sophomore Mix Tape
Sophomore highlights from 2018 small forward Jairus Hamilton (Cannon School, Concord NC). Hamilton recently received a scholarship offer from Roy Williams.