Duke’s recruiting class is expected to be bigger than the first batch, but recruiting experts say the class is not set.
In the next two years, the Duke basketball team is expected at least to sign four recruits and four others will need to transfer.
The recruiting class will include a number of players who have had impressive careers.
One of the most notable recruits in the class of 2019 is Deon Lattimore.
The 6-foot-9 guard from Louisville was ranked the No. 2 prospect in the country by ESPN, and was the No 2 player in the 2017 class.
Lattieimore was also a two-time All-American in 2017 and 2016.
He averaged 19.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in his four years with Duke.
The Duke recruit has been able to land with top programs across the country.
Lattimore also will have a huge role in Duke’s 2018 recruiting class.
He was the Big 12’s first-ever two-way guard, and he was the first player to commit to Duke since DeAndre Liggins in December of 2016.
Duke is the only program in the Big Ten to have two guards commit to the program in four years.
In 2018, Lattire committed to the Blue Devils for the 2018 recruiting cycle.
He had three offers from the Big East, including an offer from Xavier.
Lettimore also had offers from Villanova and Gonzaga in the 2018 class.
Lately, Duke has been very active in recruiting from overseas, including the 2018 signing of four players to their 2018 class, including guard Donta Davis, who is projected to be the No 3 overall pick in the NBA Draft.
Davis, a 6-5 guard from Georgia, has already signed with the Los Angeles Lakers.