"They've been out here twice," Tokoto said. "They can't offer me a scholarship because I'm a sophomore. They want to wait until my junior year. If they are going to do that, they wanted to wait."
"I've talked to Coach Roy at home over the phone a few times," he added. "It was very humbling because I'm the only 2012 prospect on his list that he's looking at. It's surprising because it's North Carolina."
Although UNC is waiting to offer a scholarship, Kansas, Marquette, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana, Michigan State, Kentucky, Florida and Duke have already offered the 6-foot-6 wing a full ride.
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The trip to North Carolina will be the second time Tokoto, who has also visited Duke, Wisconsin, Kansas, Marquette and Indiana, visits the Chapel Hill campus.
"I loved the campus," Tokoto said. "It's one of the best. I got a chance to look at the basketball dorms and they were really nice. I even got a chance to look at the basketball hall of fame, which many schools don't have, which was amazing."
Although UNC has made an early impact on his recruitment, Tokoto isn't close to making his college decision. In fact, he's not claiming a leader and is still a ways from a decision.
"I don't have any favorites," Tokoto said. "It's all equal. I'm going to wait until the end of next season to make a decision."
Tokoto's sophomore season is off to an impressive start. He's averaging 16.5 points, 11 rebounds and a pair of blocks a game.
"It has started off really great," he said. "We are 5-1. We lost to the team ranked No. 4 in the state. We are ranked No. 5. All the other teams we've played we've been blowing them out by 20 or more."