Nate Britt Commits To UNC

UNC got its second five star commitment for the class of 2013 on Monday night when Gonzaga College High(Washington, DC) point guard Nate Britt announced his intentions to be a Tar Heel. According to Britt he grew up loving the Heels and now gets to fulfill the dream of playing in Chapel Hill.

Britt is the #3 PG in the class according to Scout.com and ranked 18th overall. He joins #9 ranked Isaiah Hicks in what is shaping up to be a elite class to compliment the 2012 class. Britt is a left handed PG making him the third straight lefty floor general to commit to UNC. According to the Scout.com profile Britt's strengths are his basketball IQ, changing speed and three point shooting. It is that last one that makes him a good addition. Britt's weaknesses are his athleticism and strength the latter which will be developed one he gets to UNC.

With the addition of Britt in 2013 and Marcus Paige in 2012, the Heels will have two solid point guards when Britt shows up on campus. If Kendall Marshall were stay four years(not likely) the 2013-2014 team would have three top 30 PGs on the roster.

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