Over the weekend, the potential future of Duke basketball went head-to-head in the battle of two of the top players in Minnesota high school basketball. About these ads
The Minnesota Golden Gophers ended the 2012 calendar year strong with a 76-63 win over Big Ten foe, Michigan State, at home on Saturday. The win propelled Minnesota in the top-10, but New Year’s Eve victory had another positive.
Speak of the Devil discusses the latest Duke recruiting news and previews Jabari Parker-Matt Jones head-to-head match-up. Join Sam Dostaler, for our Speak of the Devil Podcast every week where we will bring in guests from our staff and the world of college basketball to talk about the Blue Devils. Today we talk with Jimmy Kelley of […]
Big things are coming down the pike for Duke basketball and I’m not just talking about this year’s second ranked squad. The players on Duke’s radar for the future have been doing big things with their high schools and the future looks forever bright inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Being the top point guard in your class will certainly get you a ton of attention. Being from Big Ten country, Duke target Tyus Jones is sure to see a lot coaches from the conference this season and it began on Tuesday night.
The college basketball season has been underway for a few weeks now, but the high school season is just getting started and many of Duke’s targets are poised to get their seasons going.
Being a national power, Duke is typically in the running for many of the top high school recruits. This year is no different as not one, but three Duke targets landed on the USA Today’s Preseason American Family Insurance ALL-USA Team.
Tyus Jones is the No. 1 player in the class of 2014 and that means that every major program in the country is after the young man, including Duke.
Shabazz Muhammad and Kyle Anderson did it last year. Andrew and Aaron Harrison did it this year. Adding to the list of recent package deals, Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones could be teaming up when the time comes for the top two juniors in the country.