Brad Frederick representing UNC basketball program at Nike EYBL event in Indianapolis

Who caught the attention of the UNC basketball program's assistant coach on the first day of the Nike EYBL event in Indianapolis?
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Like many coaching staffs across the country, the UNC basketball program's coaching staff is very busy this weekend.

With the open recruiting period being back, the Tar Heels staff are out scouting for the next wave of future UNC basketball players. With Hubert Davis and Sean May in Texas, Brad Frederick took a trip to Indianapolis to watch a trio of the program's Class of 2025 targets.

As first reported by David Sisk, Frederick was among a large group of coaches on hand for the matchup between Team Final and Team Nightrydas. In this game, Cameron and Cayden Boozer, along with Caleb Wilson, competed for Team Nightrydas.

The Tar Heels likely have some ground to gain regarding recruiting the Boozer twins, especially Cameron, the No. 2 ranked player in the Class of 2025 (according to 247Sports). However, Wilson has been a player the Tar Heels have expressed a ton of interest in, as he put together a solid performance on Friday night.

Wilson did a little bit of everything, finishing with 16 points, three blocks, two rebounds, two assists, and two steals in his team's victory over Team Final.

Although Cameron Boozer is the headliner on this squad, Wilson is regarded as one of the top players in the country, as he comes in at No. 6 in 247Sports' Class of 2025 rankings. At the moment, he has solidified himself as a five-star prospect, as he should generate even more interest over the next few months.

There will be plenty of players that will draw the attention of the UNC basketball program's coach staff this weekend and over the next few months, as this weekend will provide us all with some more information as to who may be the team's priority targets moving forward.