Thursday, January 10, 2008

Hansbrough dunk has folks talking; info on Tar Heel recruit Reggie Bullock

Before I get started, here's the Tyler Hansbrough dunk over a 7-foot-7 UNC-Asheville center Kenny George that everyone is talking about.....


The Tar Heels also got a commitment Tuesday night from Kinston High sophomore Reggie Bullock, who helped his team reach the N.C. 3A championship last season where it lost to Dee Bost and Concord.

Bullock, a 6-foot-6 wing player, joins a long list of players to recent commit to the Tar Heels.

Among high school seniors, North Carolina has commitments from Tyler Zeller, a 6-11 center from Washington, Ind.; Ed Davis, a 6-8 forward from Richmond, Va.; and Larry Drew, a 6-foot point guard from Woodland Hills, Calif.

Among juniors, North Carolina has commitments from brothers Travis and David Wear, two 6-10 forwards from Santa Ana (Calif.) and 6-10 forward John Henson of Round Rock, TX. Henson ranks No. 24 nationally by scout.com. David and Travis Wear rank 27 and 28.

In the sophomore class, the Tar Heels have commitments from 6-3 point guard Kendall Marshall of Arlington, Va., and Bullock. Marshall is ranked No. 6 nationally.

This season, Bullock is averaging 18 points and is a solid outside shooter.

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Langston Wertz Jr.
lwertz@charlotteobserver.com

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Roy Wiliams is assembling quite a team up there in Chapel Hill. He is better than Dean. There I said it. LW, any chance Kinston might come to the Bojangles, and North meck? Heels are on Bernard Sullivan, too, you know.

Anonymous said...

Langston, the guy from Asheville got trashed! He could've jumped at least....By the way, I know our boyst at Myers Park didn't play well Tuesday when you saw us, but don't forget about us. We're still gonna win the league title, baby!

kinstongrad07 said...

The Tar Heels should have signed Dee Bost from Concord. They, along with many others, let that one slip away. He will be tearing up the SEC for two years before he heads to the league. No doubt!