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The impact of Duke landing Mark Mitchell and locking in the top class


After a long and hard fought battle, is officially off the board to Duke, solidifying Jon Scheyer's inaugural recruiting class atop the team rankings. On the offensive side of the ball, Mitchell is a mismatch with his size, length, athleticism and the ability to put the ball on the ground. He is a skilled ball-handler. Defensively, he has high upside. (247 Sports)

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The impact of Duke landing Mark Mitchell and locking in the top class


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