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Elite 2025 duo Cameron and Cayden Boozer are set to visit Duke


and , two of the best basketball recruits in the junior class and the twin sons of Carlos Boozer, are preparing to take an official visit to Duke this weekend. Cameron ranks as the No. 2 overall recruit in the class while Cayden is the No. 18 overall recruit in the class. Their father was a star for the Blue Devils from 1999-2002. (247 Sports)

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Elite 2025 duo Cameron and Cayden Boozer are set to visit Duke


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