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Duke 5-star SF commit Isaiah Evans reaffirms pledge to Blue Devils


Recruiting never stops until pen meets paper. While the Blue Devils are on pace to finish with an elite quintet of prospects set to head to Durham, other top programs will do what they can to try and flip any and every blue-chipper they can get their hands on. On Sunday, took to social media to maintain his commitment to Jon Scheyer and Duke. (On3.com)

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Duke 5-star SF commit Isaiah Evans reaffirms pledge to Blue Devils


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