UNC Women's Basketball Offers Pair of Class of 2025 Recruits

Bryn Martin and Addi Mack are the latest student-athletes to receive offers from Courtney Banghart and the UNC women's basketball program.
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Head coach Courtney Banghart and the UNC women’s basketball team brought in a phenomenal 2024 recruiting class, coming in at No. 15 on ESPN’s recruiting class rankings.

The Tar Heels, No. 17 on ESPN’s way-too-early Top 25 for the 2024 season, has actively recruited for their Class of 2025 freshman.

Last week, the UNC women’s basketball program offered Class of 2025 point guard Addi Mack and shooting guard Bryn Martin.

Addi Mack, hailing from Minnehaha Academy in Minnehaha, Minnesota, has already made a name for herself. She was honored with a spot on the Girls Under Armour Association All-Tournament Team this May.

Earlier this March, Mack passed NBA star Jalen Suggs as the all-time leading scorer in Minnehaha Academy history and has already surpassed 3000 points in her high school varsity career.

Other major Division I programs like ACC rival Virginia Tech and the University of Maryland have offered Mack.

Bryn Martin, a six-foot shooting guard from Springboro, Ohio, is a highly sought-after talent. She has received offers from several ACC schools, including Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, and Louisville, and now North Carolina joins the race for her commitment.

In her junior season at Springboro High School, Martin broke the school record for career three-pointers with 140 and continues to pile them on.

In other news, Class of 2025 five-star recruit Lauren Hurst, who the UNC women's basketball program offered in February, has moved up in the Class of 2025 ESPN HoopGurlz Rankings and is now listed as the No. 31 recruit in the country.