North Carolina Basketball: Strengths and Weaknesses of 2013 Recruiting Class

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North Carolina Basketball: Strengths and Weaknesses of 2013 Recruiting Class
Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

With the likes of Nate Britt, Kennedy Meeks and Isaiah Hicks, the 2013 recruiting class is sure to make a positive impact on North Carolina basketball. The trio will have a tough time earning a starting spot in their freshman seasons, but they will add great depth to Roy Williams' Tar Heels.

All three players are ranked in the 2013 ESPN 100. However, Meeks and Britt have taken a bit of a slide over the last few months.

Britt is just barely holding on at No. 93.

Rankings aside, each of the UNC recruits bring a hefty share of strengths to the table. They will also come to Chapel Hill bearing a few weaknesses. Many weaknesses will be fixable during their years on campus, but some may never be worked out.

How they improve upon—or counter—their deficiencies will determine their places in Carolina history. But Britt, Meeks and Hicks certainly have the potential to earn a spot in the rafters of the Dean Dome.

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