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Theo Pinson Commits to UNC

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Pinson has committed to UNC

HOW SWEET IT IS

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I knew he was a lock to UNC when he said he had made a decision last week. IU was surprised by the announcement and UNC was the only other school he was really considering. 

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He reminds me lot of Oladipo, which is probably why IU wanted him so bad.

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He's actually a really good pairing with Berry and Jackson. There games compliment each other really well. I think UNC has one or two spots left if JMM and Hariston both go pro. 

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Great get for the Tar Heels, and glad to see him staying home. 

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Heels 2014 class is shaping up to be exceptional...  Add Vaughn to the mix, and we could be looking at a special recruiting class...

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