Talented five-star point guard Cadeau to reclassify, join Tar Heels next season

Ready to take on college basketball, point guard Elliot Cadeau is taking his game to Chapel Hill a year earlier than expected. Cadeau announced Tuesday morning on social media that he is reclassifying: “I would like to announce that I will be joining the team this upcoming fall!”

Five-star Charlotte post player Thomas picks UNC over Duke, S.C., others

North Carolina coach Courtney Banghart continues to stack up the five-star players. She added another one on Monday when 6–5 Charlotte Catholic post player Blanca Thomas became the second Carolina commitment in the Class of 2024, picking the Tar Heels over Duke, N.C. State, South Carolina, Stanford, Notre Dame, Michigan, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.

Love moving on from Michigan, reportedly because of issue with academic credits

There were rumors two weeks ago that Caleb Love would decommit from Michigan and the guard shot them down on Twitter. Now, multiple reports Wednesday indicate that he is indeed moving on. Love, who originally committed to Michigan on April 7, will look for another school, according to On3.com and 247 Sports, and Fox Sports is reporting that he didn’t have the needed academic credits to transfer.

D’Marco Dunn becomes the seventh UNC player to transfer, leaving four returnees

Rising junior D’Marco Dunn on Thursday became the seventh player from last season’s North Carolina team to enter the transfer portal, according to multiple reports, leaving only four returning players. One reason he may have decided to leave is the possible reclassification of Class of 2024 five-start point guard Eliot Cadeau to join the team next season. That decision would mean RJ Davis would shift to the two spot and fewer opportunities for Dunn to get playing time, with the competition already including Seth Trimble, transfer Cormac Ryan and incoming freshman Simeon Wilcher.

Ole Miss touts transfers, including Todd-Williams, as ‘Damage Done’; Adams to Rutgers official

The next stops for former North Carolina women’s basketball players Kennedy Todd-Williams and Destiny Adams have been known for a few weeks, but their new schools both made their moves official Monday. Todd-Williams, a 6–0 guard from Jacksonville, N.C., who will be a senior with two years of eligibility, is one of three transfers at Ole Miss and Adams, a 6–3 junior forward, is headed to Rutgers.

Black invited to G League Elite Camp in Chicago

Leaky Black is getting multiple opportunities to show what he can do to possibly continue his basketball career in the United States.After the 6–9, 205-pound wing revealed Wednesday on Snapchat that he would participate in a pre-draft tryout with the Golden State Warriors, he was announced Friday as one of the 45 players invited to the G League Elite Camp in Chicago on May 13–14.