Brandon Ingram: This will be an unofficial visit for the Kinston (N.C.) senior, who took his UNC official visit back in January. After a strong summer that saw him prove his five-star status, Ingram mapped out his recruiting plan, which included meeting with UNC, NC State, Kansas, Kentucky, UCLA and Duke in September. He's got official visits to Kansas and Kentucky lined up for the two weekends following Late Night. Ingram has made too many Chapel Hill trips to count over the last couple years and the Tar Heel staff has consistently recruited him as a top target, as recently evidenced by Roy Williams's decision to conduct an in-home visit with Ingram the moment the Recruiting Period began -- at midnight. The 6-foot-9 small forward is ranked No. 6 at his position and No. 26 overall in the 2015 class by Scout.com.
P.J. Dozier: Dozier, who hails from Columbia (S.C.) Spring Valley, moved his UNC official visit to coincide with Late Night. It'll be his first visit to Chapel Hill in a year. His other scheduled official visits are to Michigan, Georgetown, South Carolina and Louisville. He's already conducted in-home visits with his finalists, including UNC on Sept. 12. After missing his junior season due to injury, Dozier used this past summer to solidify his stock as a 6-foot-6 perimeter prospect versatile enough to play three positions. UNC is recruiting him as a combo guard. He is now at No. 33 in the Scout.com rankings for the 2015 Class.
Luke Maye: The son of former Tar Heel quarterback Mark Maye, Luke entered the UNC radar after besting Kennedy Meeks and knocking his team out of the NCHSAA playoffs in 2013. The 6-foot-8 forward from Cornelius (N.C.) Hough last visited UNC in June, where he played pickup with the team and met with Roy Williams. While not ranked in the Scout.com Class of 2015 Top 100, Maye more than held his own at the prestigious NBPA Camp this past summer. UNC has yet to offer, but schools such as Virginia, Notre Dame, Tennessee and Clemson have done so.
Harry Giles: He is slotted No. 2 right now in the 2016 class rankings at Scout.com, but many scouts regard this in-state superstar as the nation's top prospect. It's basically a toss up between him and St. Louis forward Jayson Tatum. As it turns out, Giles and Tatum aim to attend the same college. Giles, a 6-9 face-up forward at High Point (N.C.) Wesleyan Christian Academy, will be making his sixth trip to the Smith Center in the last 20 months, having attended two games each of the last two seasons as well as Late Night 2013. Tar Heel freshman Theo Pinson is his friend and former teammate at Wesleyan.
Dennis Smith: This will be Smith's third trip to the Smith Center in the last year, having attended a game last season and an afternoon of pickup ball this summer. Just this week the Fayetteville (N.C.) Trinity standout received a visit from Roy Williams. The 6-foot-2 athletic 2016 point guard skyrocketed up the rankings this year, as he's now the No. 2 point guard and No. 7 overall in the 2016 class per Scout.com.
Seventh Woods: While his unmatched athleticism made him a Youtube sensation, Woods isn't one to seek the spotlight. Thus his recruitment has traveled well below the radar. The 6-2 guard from Columbia (S.C.) Hammond attended a UNC game each of the last three seasons and Roy Williams has been a regular visitor at his high school. An injury sidelined Woods for much of the 2014 travel circuit, and scouts have begun considering whether he's more of a combo guard than a true point (he's ranked the No. 5 shooting guard and No. 33 overall in the 2016 class by Scout.com), but UNC's interest and commitment to him has never wavered.
Sacha Killeya-Jones: The slender power forward in the 2016 class caught the attention of schools and scouts this year with his play on the AAU circuit. Killeya-Jones is actually a Chapel Hill native, though he's now attending Lynchburg (Va.) Virginia Episcopal. UNC assistant coach C.B. McGrath visited him last week and Roy Williams is expected to follow suit in the near future. Killeya-Jones, who stands 6-10, is ranked by Scout.com as the No. 9 power forward and No. 62 prospect overall in the 2016 class. His offer list is expected to grow substantially in the coming months.