Posted November 22, 2013

Justise Winslow is latest five-star recruit to commit to Duke

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Justise Winslow (right) chose Duke over offers from Arizona, Stanford, Texas A&M and (Kelly Kline/Getty Images)

Justise Winslow (right) chose Duke over offers from Arizona, Florida, Stanford and UCLA. (Kelly Kline/Getty Images)

Justise Winslow has become the latest high-profile basketball recruit to commit to Duke.

Winslow, a 6-foot-5, 208-pound small forward from St. John’s High in Houston, announced his decision Thursday. He picked Duke over scholarship offers from Arizona, Florida, Stanford, Texas A&M and UCLA.

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Winslow is the third five-star recruit to commit to Duke within a week. Jahlil Okafor, the top-rated center, and highly rated point guard Tyus Jones both announced their commitments on ESPNU last Friday.


8 comments
MrArlington
MrArlington

LOL at UNC. Athletic program in shambles and getting pissed on by big brother Duke.

JamieTaylor
JamieTaylor

Wow....racism lives, well I guess the alternate is not too many soft whiteys unable to win championships in a new landscape of college basketball.

OwG
OwG

There's going to be too many ghetto blacks on Duke next year. Its going to be like Kentucky. Thats not what duke basketball is about.

PatriotNut1975
PatriotNut1975

Duke should be a great basketball team with this recruiting they are getting next season.  May be looking at them as a National Title contender this year and next.  Actually sportsbettingstar . com was voted the worlds #1 sports betting system the last 2 years now.

OwG
OwG

@JamieTaylor 

Would rather watch a bunch soft whiteys lose than a bunch of mindless illiterate thugs win. 

EricHale
EricHale

@OwG You're right because every single Duke basketball team that has won a National Championship has had at least 5 "ghetto blacks" on it.  SMH.  Racism from a guy using a black guy as his avi.  Ignorance is only bliss when it doesn't include bigotry.

JamieTaylor
JamieTaylor

@OwG @JamieTaylor I look forward to you being an unhappy man for the next few years.  Hey, you could always become a BYU fan.