The North Carolina women’s basketball team is led by returning wings who played a pivotal role in the Tar Heels' success last season.
With three talented underclassmen already on the roster, the Tar Heels have added another weapon this offseason to round out their versatile offense.
Here's a look at players who will look to make a difference for UNC this season:
Ustby is one of the four returning starters from the team's Sweet 16 run in the NCAA Tournament last year. After being named to the All-ACC Second Team as a sophomore, Ustby enters this season with high expectations. In October, she was named to the watchlist for the Cheryl Miller Award, an honor given annually to the nation's best small forward.
Standing at 6 feet and 1 inch, Ustby can do it all for the Tar Heels, scoring from everywhere on the floor and guarding all positions. That versatility is backed up by an impressive 650 career points, 412 rebounds, 126 assists, 93 steals and 33 blocks.
Last season, Ustby was second on the team in scoring with 12.9 points per game and averaged a team-high 8.6 rebounds per game. Some of her best performances included a 20-point game in a victory at Duke and a double-double against Arizona in the NCAA Tournament.
Todd-Williams accompanies Ustby as another key returning starter from last season. Her scoring improved greatly as a sophomore, nearly doubling her average from her first year and ranking third on the team with 10.8 points per game.