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UNC Recruiting: Week of 7/8

July evaluations have begun for Roy Williams and his staff

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Finally, we have some news on the basketball side of recruiting, after a quiet couple of weeks following Day’Ron Sharpe’s commitment. With the Peach Jam kicking off in Georgia, Roy Williams and his staff are getting a ton of evaluations and re-evaluations in, and we might be due for an offer or two being sent out sometime before the month ends.




Giovanni Biggers
6’1, 180 lbs
The Boys Latin School (Baltimore, MD)
Three-Star (#591 National Ranking, #43 Positional)

Storm Duck
6’1, 180 lbs
Boiling Springs (Boiling Springs, SC)
Three-Star (#1,272 National Ranking, #132 Positional)

Brendon Harrington
6’1, 192 lbs
Northwood (Pittsboro, NC)
Three-Star (#1,417 National Ranking, #111 Positional)

Josh Henderson
Running Back
6’0, 200 lbs
Hun School (Princeton, NJ)
Three-Star (#484 National Ranking, #28 Positional)

Kenan Johnson
Defensive Back
5’11, 162 lbs
Lake Minneola (Lake Minneola, FL)
Three-Star (#874 National Ranking, #80 Positional)

Drew Little
Long Snapper
5’11, 230 lbs
North Stanly (New London, NC)
Two-Star (#2,061 National Ranking, #2 Positional)

Kamari Morales
Tight End
6’3, 232 lbs
Lincoln (Tallahassee, FL)
Three-Star (#900 National Ranking, #32 Positional)

Coleman Reich
6’0, 185 lbs
Ledford (Thomasville, NC)
Three-Star (#1,269 National Ranking, #100 Positional)

Emery Simmons
Wide Receiver
6’1, 185 lbs
South View (Hope Mills, NC)
Three-Star (#680 National Ranking, #30 Positional)

Allen Smith
6’3, 205 lbs
Grayson (Loganville, GA)
Three-Star (#1,237 National Ranking, #102 Positional)

Welton Spottsville
Wide Receiver
6’0, 195 lbs
Havelock (Havelock, NC)
Three-Star (#1,106 National Ranking, #131 Positional)

(recruits listed in italics are recently committed)

  • Not much to do this week with football except tell you that Tony Davis (4-star DB) and Raekwon Anderson (3-star WR) are names to watch out for as far as UNC commitments. Both have been trending UNC’s way as of late. Anderson impressed at the Freakshow, and Davis, while committed to Duke, has long been rumored to be planning following fellow 4-stars Donavon Green and Zonovan Knight out of Durham.




Cole Anthony
Combo Guard
6’3, 184 lbs
Archbishop Molloy (New York, NY)
Five-Star (#3 National Ranking)

Armando Bacot
6’10, 240 lbs
Trinity Episcopal School (Richmond, VA)
Five-Star (#21 National Ranking)

Will Baker
6’9, 220 lbs
Westlake (Austin, TX)
Five Star (#17 National Ranking)

Keion Brooks
Small Forward
6’8, 185 lbs
North Side (Fort Wayne, IN)
Five Star (#27 National Ranking)

Vernon Carey Jr.
Power Forward
6’9, 245 lbs
University School (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Five-Star (#2 National Ranking)

Matthew Hurt
Power Forward
6’9, 199 lbs
John Marshall Senior (Rochester, MN)
Five-Star (#4 National Ranking)

Wendell Moore
Small Forward
6’5, 210 lbs
Cox Mill (Concord, NC)
Five-Star (#24 National Ranking)

Jeremiah Robinson-Earl
Power Forward
6’9, 235 lbs
IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)
Five-Star (#26 National Ranking)



Jeremiah Francis
Point Guard
6’3, 190 lbs
Pickerington Central (Pickerington, OH)
Four-Star (#51 National Ranking)


Day’Ron Sharpe
Power Forward
6’8 220 lbs
South Central (Winterville, NC)
Four-Star (#70 National Ranking)

(information in italics refers to recent commitments)

  • You’ll notice that Cole Anthony has been added to the list of offered 2019 prospects. While recruiting sites do not have him listed with a UNC offer, but this New York Post article claims he owns one and he was the first prospect Roy Williams watched at Peach Jam starting on Wednesday. It seems safe to add him to the list at this point.
  • In the latest development in a convoluted recruiting process, Wendell Moore has scheduled an official visit to Chapel Hill. It will be the last one he takes, and it will be at 2018’s Late Night With Roy. He’s been a presumed Duke commit for months now and this shouldn’t really change anything, but it’s interesting, nonetheless.
  • We’ll report more fully on developments at Peach Jam after it’s over. It’s historically been a busy time for the UNC staff.