The UNC Basketball program made the cut because of this four-star shooting guard in the 2022 recruiting class on Tuesday afternoon
As Roy Williams and his UNC Basketball program is constantly on the tread through this 2020-21 college basketball season, they remain watching future recruiting classes. It’s clear that the Tar Heels are fighting shooting this season so focusing on players that can make a difference down the road for the reason that area is key.
Just two weeks before, the Tar Heels officially offered four-star shooting guard Nick Smith in the 2022 recruiting class as they desire to land their first commitment in the class. On Tuesday, they took a step forward in hoping to land him.
The four-star shooting guard officially revealed his Top 10 schools in his recruitment on Tuesday afternoon, cutting his list right down to: UNC, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas Tech, Baylor, Ole Miss, Florida, Georgetown, Auburn and Southern Miss:
Smith had a complete of 18 offers in his recruitment but will now give attention to these 10 academic institutions moving forward. The 6-foot-4, 170-pound Smith is ranked as the No. 26 overall recruit and No. 2 shooting safeguard in the 247 Sports activities rankings. He’s an all natural scorer that might be a big can get on the wing for the Tar Heels.
Both Kansas and UNC were the two latest programs to get involved in his recruitment which could make a huge difference. We’re able to be headed for a Blue Blood battle between the Tar Heels and Jayhawks to land the talented scorer out of Arkansas.
Smith is one of six players that carry an offer in the 2022 course by the Tar Heels but there are just five dynamic as Skyy Clark committed to Kentucky. While Williams is wishing to land yet another recruit to his 2021 two-man class, the concentration is needs to move to the 2022 routine and it’s an important category for future years of this program.