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Matthew Hurt Commits to Duke


It didn't come as a surprise Friday when chose Duke. A product of Rochester (Minn.), Hurt can shoot with range and is a perfect fit for Duke. The return of point guard proved to be helpful. “I think he saw himself at any one of the four schools," Hurt's father said. "One of the deciding factors was a desire to play with . They are both Minnesota kids." (Rivals.com)

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