Preview: A look at what UNC basketball's incoming recruits will bring to the table

The forward is from Winterville, N.C. but played at Montverde Academy in Florida, where he helped lead his team to an undefeated record this season.

He is a seven-footer with a versatile skill on the offensive end who will provide scoring on the block and occasionally from the perimeter in the loaded North Carolina frontcourt.

He has been rapidly climbing the high school rankings and projects to be an important source of scoring and distributing for a North Carolina team that often struggled with guard play throughout the 2019-20 season.

If Cole Anthony decides to leave for the NBA as he is expected to, the Tar Heels will look to Davis and Love to make an immediate impact in the backcourt.

He plays a similar style to his older brother, as he's a lanky perimeter shooter at the wing spot.

He will be called on to provide points from deep for a Tar Heel squad that had one of the worst 3-point field goal percentages in the country this year.

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