North Carolina commitment Tywon Lawson admits that before the NBA imposed its age limit last month, there was a chance he would have never played in Chapel Hill
New NBA rule to help Tar Heels
Memo to Roy Williams: Jeffrey Jordan eagerly awaits your first call.
No, the 16-year-old basketball player wearing a Nike Jordan T-shirt and stuck in the corner with reporters hanging all over him at the Nike All-America camp on Wednesday is not yet being recruited by the Tar Heels.
It's Jeffrey, please, not M.J. Jr.
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Lawson has won a high school national championship, become arguably the No.1-ranked high school point guard in the nation, and has committed to be a University North Carolina Tar Heel all in the past year.
Former McNamara High standout is UNC-bound
Felton faces the most pressure of the three, taking over more than the ballhandling role for an expansion franchise. Charlotte is about 150 miles from where he helped lead North Carolina to a national championship and the same distance from his hometown in South Carolina.
Points of emphasis
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