Tuesday has been kind to the North Carolina men's basketball team.
To start the day, five-star combo guard Cole Anthony announced on ESPN's Get Up that he was committing to UNC for the 2019-2020 season. The son of former NBA veteran Greg Anthony was named the MVP of the McDonald's All-American Game and won co-MVP honors at the Jordan Brand Classic. Anthony played his senior season at Virginia's Oak Hill Academy.
Hours later, the day got even better for head coach Roy Williams when four-star guard Anthony Harris announced he would join Anthony in Chapel Hill next season in a post via Twitter with the caption, "Let's do it!!"
"Anthony's a remarkable young man," Williams said in a team release Tuesday night. "I love his toughness and competitiveness. A team can never have enough of these qualities. We are very fortunate to have a player of his caliber join our program. His parents (Anthony Sr. and Meecsha Harris) have done a great job raising him and Coach Farello has done a tremendous job coaching him at Paul VI. He's a great addition to our program."