Although his name is not widely known in national recruiting circles yet, 2015 combo guard Drew Edwards has established himself as one of the premier prospects in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. metro area, arguably the nation’s top region for high school basketball.
Tar Heels assistant Steve Robinson checked out the 6-foot-3 playmaker at Calvert Hall (Towson, Md.) on Tuesday afternoon, with Maryland also in the gym.
Clemson and Kansas State offered Edwards after watching him last week, joining Providence, Southern Cal, Virginia Tech and others as schools who have extended scholarship offers. Arizona, Georgetown, Maryland, Miami, Notre Dame and West Virginia have all also shown interest in Edwards.