When Hebert was younger, the 6-foot-3 260-pound center attended UNC basketball camp. However, he hasn't stepped foot on campus since he was 11 years old.
"I actually am considering taking an official [visit] there," said Hebert. "I just have to set something up with the coaches about that."
Hebert, who holds scholarship offers from Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Maryland, Mississippi, UNC, and Vanderbilt, denies having any favorites and won't reveal any other schools he plans to officially visit. He won't take his official visits until later in the year.
"I guess I'll take a couple of my officials during the season and the rest after and then I'll make my decision," said Hebert. "[I'll make a decision] probably earlier then Signing Day, but later in the year."
Come decision time, Hebert is just going to go with his gut feeling.
"It's going to be where I feel like I can spend the next four-five years of my life," said Hebert.
Hebert has spent the last couple of months attending college camps including stops at Auburn, Georgia, LSU, and Mississippi. However, now Hebert shifts his focus in another direction.
"I'm done with camps I'm focusing on my high school season now," said Hebert.
In recent months, Hebert lost contact with UNC – as well as his other offering schools – after misplacing his cell phone.
"Before that, I used to text them a lot," said Hebert. "They used to tell me that I reminded them a lot of Jeff Saturday the way I play center. I thought that was flattering.
"I would love to talk to them again, but I don't have any numbers anymore."
As a junior at Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian, Hebert maintained a 92-percent blocking grade and recorded 54 pancake blocks.