The North Carolina Tar Heels did something they don't normally do with Sterling Manley. They took his commitment without ever seeing him play a live basketball game in person. The three-star center missed the entire spring and summer with a broken leg. Now Manley is fully healthy and showed what he is capable of against nationally ranked Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler High School at the Premier Health Flyin the Hoop.
North Carolina pledge Sterling Manley showed his ability at the Premier Health Flyin to the Hoop
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