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UNC Increasing Interest in Murphy

UNC Increasing Interest in Murphy

One of the more productive prospects over the course of the first evaluation period was 2012 standout Alex Murphy. A number of coaches took notice, including North Carolina's staff.

Shortly after playing in the adidas Invitational, Murphy, a 6-foot-7 small forward out of Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark's, received a phone call from North Carolina assistant coach C.B. McGrath. "I talked to coach McGrath after Indianapolis," Murphy said. "He said they were a little shocked about how much I changed from last year until this year. They definitely want to recruit me and he wants... Recommended Stories

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