Another Sudanese-Australian athlete in the class or 2017 is the next man up. Uber athletic 6’4 combo guard Bol Bak is exciting to watch. Definitely a rising star.
With Duke in the market for another big in the 2016 class one of the names mentioned in the search is 2016 Center Bruno Fernando out of Montverde Academy in Florida. I recently got some questions in with the 6’9 center prospect. Dukeblogger: What do you think are the strengths of your game? Bruno Fernando: Just playing hard no matter … Read More
With Duke showing interest in Canadian hooper Kalif Young, I wanted to find out a little more about the PF/C in the 2016 Class. No better place to go than Tariq Sbiet of NorthPoleHoops.com Dukeblogger: So one thing I hear in regards to Kalif Young is that he has a ton of potential, what do you think about that … Read More
I recently caught with guard Ishmael El-Amin out of Minnetonka, MN – Duke fans will know the name El-Amin. Ishmael is the son of former University of Connecticut guard Khalid El-Amin for those of you who watched the 98-99 season you know the story and how El-Amin and Richard Hamilton were able to take down Duke in the National Championship … Read More
Hutton Reed, the little man with the big game is receiving interest from schools like Liberty, Western Michigan and Longwood and more. The point guard from Birmingham answered a few questions for me about his game and his future plans. 1. What was your reason for transferring from Mountain Brook (Alabama), a 3x State Championship appearance team, to Blue Ridge … Read More
Sometimes I see or know a player that may not be someone who Duke is necessarily looking at but a player that for one reason or another I like. One such player is Hayden Shelton (@HSHELT0N). Hayden attends Apollo High School and plays his AAU ball with Southern Illinois Select. 1.) What do you think your strength is as a … Read More
Photo courtesy of US Presswire: Tyus Jones Tue, July 21, 2015 DURHAM, N.C. — With the NBA Summer League now over, a number of former Blue Devils made impressions on NBA teams. For 2015 National Champions Quinn Cook, Tyus Jones, Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow, these summer leagues offered the first taste of what the NBA will be like. Pacing the returning … Read More
Rising Star: Jordan Harris Jumps Over the Competition Rising junior Jordan Harris has been making waves around the summer circuit for his high-flying athleticism and size and the guard spot. Duke has shown interest in the 6’4 combo guard and a lot of other heavy hitters have as well with UCONN, FSU & TN having recently offered Jordan. I was able … Read More
More from rising star Victoria Oglesby, very hard not to be impressed with how she plays the game. Great form, plays defense extremely well, very patient on offense, takes good shots and is first on the floor after loose balls. Remember the name people.
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