D’Marco Dunn is set to commit Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 30 — with a decision around 3:00 p.m.
Dunn, a 4-star shooting guard from Fayetteville (NC) Westover, will pick from a top seven of North Carolina, Texas, Louisville, Arizona, Georgia, Vanderbilt and Clemson.
247 Sports ranks the 6-foot-4 Dunn as the No. 19 shooting guard in the 2021 recruiting class and one of the top three players in the state of North Carolina.
An afternoon decision for Top-75 senior D’Marco Dunn. Will choose from Arizona, North Carolina, Texas, Louisville, Clemson, Georgia, and Vanderbilt.
One program is getting not only a talented scorer but a winner. Averaged 20.3 points per game last year in route to a 30-0 season.
— Jake (@jakeweingarten) September 30, 2020
However, the Tar Heels have been unable to land a signature recruit to headline their 2021 recruiting class. Two weeks ago, 5-star forward Harrison Ingram picked Stanford over UNC — and a host of other programs.
As of right now, North Carolina appears in the lead for Dunn; Vanderbilt, coached by former UNC star Jerry Stackhouse, is in close competition, too.