0 Nate Britt Jr 6-1 175 G
UNC’s defensive player of the game five times this season, including win at N.C. State. Matched career high with 17 points against Davidson.
1 Theo Pinson So 6-6 205 F/G
Gave UNC lift with six points, four assists in NCAA regional final against Notre Dame. Also had key role in victory at Duke, hitting clinching free throws.
2 Joel Berry So 6-0 195 G
Second UNC point guard to be named MVP of the ACC Tournament, joining Phil Ford (1975). Started at point in 39 games and had 10 assists, one turnover against Syracuse in NCAA semifinal.
3 Kennedy Meeks Jr 6-10 260 F
Had 15 points, eight rebounds and two blocks in NCAA semifinal win over Syracuse. Had four 20-point games in regular season.
4 Isaiah Hicks Jr 6-9 235 F
Had 25 points in wins over Florida Gulf Coast and Providence in first two NCAA rounds. Had 11 points, 15 rebounds in ACC Tournament win over Notre Dame.
5 Marcus Paige Sr 6-2 175 G
One of four Tar Heels with 1,500 career points and 500 career assists, joining Phil Ford, Jeff Lebo and Kenny Smith. Hit six of nine 3s in NCAA regional win over Indiana.
11 Brice Johnson Sr 6-10 230 F
First-team All-America and East Region MVP joined Sam Perkins as the only Tar Heels to compile 1,600 points, 1,000 rebounds, 150 blocked shots, 100 steals and 100 assists in career.
13 Kanler Coker Jr 6-4 200 G
Came to UNC on football scholarship, playing three games at quarterback before an elbow injury ended his football career.
24 Kenny Williams Fr 6-4 175 G
Strong defensive play against Virginia’s Malcolm Brogdon in second half of ACC Tournament title game helped UNC top Cavaliers.
30 Stilman White Jr 6-1 175 G
Started for injured Kendall Marshall in 2012 NCAA Sweet 16 against Ohio, regional final vs. Kansas. Combined for 13 assists, no turnovers. Was on Mormon mission next two years.
31 Justin Coleman Sr 6-1 185 G
Former Broughton High player spent two years on UNC’s junior variety team. Had first career field goal this season against Boston College.
32 Luke Maye Fr 6-8 230 F
Had three or more offensive rebounds in four games and graded out as UNC’s best defender against Kansas State.
34 Toby Egbuna Sr 6-4 225 F
Another junior varsity player who joined the UNC varsity team this season. Played at West Forsyth High.
42 Joel James Sr 6-11 280 F
Started 10 games this season, seven when Meeks was sidelined by injury. Tied career high with 11 points against Georgia Tech.
43 Spenser Dalton Sr 6-3 215 G
Former UNC JV player joined varsity late in 2014-15 season. Scored basket this season against Davidson.
44 Justin Jackson So 6-8 200 F/G
Born in Houston, he had 16 points in NCAA semifinal win over Syracuse. Helped UNC lead ACC and set school record in assist/turnover ratio this season.