Duke 2010 Possible Recruit!

Austin GradeContributor IApril 9, 2010

INDIANAPOLIS - APRIL 05:  Head coach Mike Krzyzewski of the Duke Blue Devils coaches in the second half against the Butler Bulldogs during the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball National Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium on April 5, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Duke won 61-59.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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The Duke Blue Devils still can improve their team for next season.

1) Kyle Singler has to come back

2) Recruiting!   Duke is still looking at some players for next season to sign.

Top Recruit

Shooting Guard: Trey Zeigler            Trey is looking ataround 8 schools right now. Most notably, Mich ST, Michigan, UCLA, Duke, and Central Michigan.  As you can tell tons of Michigan, because he lives in Mount Pleasent, Michigan. Izzo wants him pretty bad, as does Beilen, and of course his father who coaches as Central Michigan. Every team has offered him a scholorship, and Duke could use him next year to wrap up the best backcourt in the nation.  He will be tough to get away from CMU, and Mich ST whom Izzo is going after like crazy, but Duke has a very solid shot at attaining Zeigler. 4 star, #26 on rivals. #33 on ESPN

 

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