UNC Tar Heels Commit Theo Pinson Shows Versatility at Hoophall Classic
Theo Pinson will one day play for the North Carolina Tar Heels, and something tells me that head coach Roy Williams was pleased by the latest Hoophall Classic highlights.
— ThreatHoops.com (@ThreatHoops) January 24, 2014
Williams has done a decent job recruiting in the past couple years, but the ball coach has missed out on some of the marquee players in recent memory. Pinson will be a nice change of pace in that regard, and we will have to see if he has any star quality at the next level or if he is more of a productive starter. He should be a starter for sure for the Heels, but this should be fun to keep an eye on as next season start.
Jahlil Okafor and Cliff Alexander were special as well, but Tar Heel fans are probably more interested in how Pinson played. The Heels will need his production next season, and my prediction here is unfortunately that they will miss March Madness this season unless they can win the ACC tournament. A tall order.
— Andrew Slater (@ASlater247) January 24, 2014
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