Not too surprising with Duke focusing its attention more and more on Kyrie Irving. This was a long time coming.
In Kyrie Irvings own words, he is leaning toward Duke but let’s not count our chickens. There is a lot of time left, and more schools to visit. http://www.zagsblog.com/2009/10/01/irving-will-still-visit-texas-a-konchalski-talks-kyrie-tobias-lamb-drummond/
Looks as if Kyrie Irving, despite many reports of a commitment, will wait and take his time, visiting all of the schools on this short list. Next up? Texas A&M. So everyone can stop holding your breath and focus on the Roscoe Smith visit October 9.
Our guess that he ends up in UCONN or Georgetown, but one never knows. Oct. 2 â€“ Georgetown Oct. 9 â€“ Duke Oct. 16 â€“ UConn nothing as of yet â€“ Florida nothing as of yet â€“ Kansas
We will have our official “Keys to the Season” up soon, here is a nice one from Bleacher Report.
DukeBlogger: Jay, thank you so much for taking time to hook up with us. It’s an honor to have you with us. We have followed your entire career and you have been a game changer on the court and off the court. It’s nice to see someone doing it the right way. Jay Williams: First off, I wanted to say … Read More
Today Kyrie Irving has is official visit to Duke, a verbal would be great, it’s a long shot but stranger things have happened. He is definitely a game changer on the court and with other recruits as well. Here’s hoping for a stellar visit.
One down and not too many more to go. Seton Hall will get the last official visit.