Posted April 10, 2012 on northcarolina.scout.com
Growing up in High Point, N.C., Anthony Gill fell in love with the North Carolina basketball program. Now, just days after being permitted to seek a transfer from South Carolina, he’s been contacted by the coaching staff of his childhood favorite.
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