Anthony picked the Tar Heels over Notre Dame, Georgetown and Oregon.No. 2 recruit in the ESPN 100 @The_ColeAnthony announces that he will be attending North Carolina. pic.twitter.com/ELv6gndVVr— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) April 23, 2019″I always wanted to play on the highest level,” Anthony told The New York Post. “They have a winning culture, and I want to be a part of it.” Related News Duke lands third-ranked shooting guard Cassius Stanley Anthony also praised Williams, who has served as North Carolina’s coach since 2003 and coached in six NCAA championship games in that time, winning the title in 2005, 2009 and 2017.”I just think he’s a really genuine guy,” Anthony said. “He cares about all of his players. He’s more than a terrific coach. He’s a great person.”Anthony, the son of former Knicks guard and NBA broadcaster Greg Anthony, finished his high school career at Oak Hill Academy in Virginia and is the top combination guard in the 2019 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings. He is rated the No. 3 prospect in the nation, regardless of position. “He’s maybe the most complete guard I ever recruited at this stage of his career, and I think he can get better,” Williams said in a phone interview with The Post. “That’s the fun part.”He’s got a great mixture right now. And the two qualities I like more than anything are his brains and his heart.”Anthony, who turns 19 May 15, is the latest Tar Heels newcomer, joining five-star center Armando Bacot and three-star guard Jeremiah Francis. Cole Anthony has made his decision.The prized prospect and five-star recruit on Tuesday announced his commitment to North Carolina and coach Roy Williams.
Lakers’ suspensions and scheduling rest have made lineups a headache for Luke Walton
‘This is a 24/7 job’: MLB team translators serve a vital role in modern game