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More momentum for Duke in R.J. Barrett’s Crystal Ball

After cutting his list to three over the weekend, it appears five-star small forward R.J. Barrett is nearing a decision. Unfortunately, it also appears momentum is swinging away from Kentucky. The last four picks in Barrett’s Crystal Ball are for Duke, including that of recruiting guru Evan Daniels:

Barrett is down to Kentucky, Duke, and Oregon, and met with Mike Krzyzewski over the weekend. Kentucky’s chances looked good after Barrett’s official visit in early September — and Kevin Knox proved that analysts sometimes don’t have a clue — but with a decision coming soon, it might be wise to brace ourselves for another top ranked player heading to Durham.

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15 Comments for More momentum for Duke in R.J. Barrett’s Crystal Ball



  1. JamesMaizefracturer
    1:44 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

    Evan Daniels’ accuracy is 21/22, or 95.45%.



    • MiggityMike
      2:25 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

      Thank you for taking the time to redundantly type out something that was already clearly displayed in the post.



    • TBW3011
      4:50 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

      On decision day it is. He could change it anytime he wants up until then. Not to mention, if he’s only picked 22 times, Evan is clearly cherry picking and hedging at the end on most kids choices.



  2. binarysolo
    1:46 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

    If this is true then it is what it is. If he comes, awesome. If he goes to Duke, we’ll be fine.

    The way K recruits is, he uses his experience coaching Team USA and talks about how he’ll use you like [fill in NBA superstar] and the kids are just mesermized by that pitch. One drawback: you’ll be practicing against guys who won’t have a professional career and K will not prepare you for the league like Calipari can. Just ask Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones, Brandon Ingram, Seth Curry, Austin Rivers, etc, etc, how their pro careers are working out so far.

    Make the best of your one year in college ball, play against the best every day and play for Calipari.



    • Go_Wildcats_Go
      3:03 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

      Well said!



    • runningunnin.454
      3:42 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

      All the Duke players you mentioned were good college players; and, must be disappointed with their production in the NBA.
      You would think today’s recruits would notice that.



  3. JaredCarterIsMyHomeboy
    3:04 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

    Kevin Knox.

    None of these clowns know.



  4. Kat4Life
    5:35 pm October 4, 2017 Permalink

    Well……this would suck, but you can’t really fault a kid for going to Duke. I’d love to have him, but there will be others. As many of you have pointed out, you never know until the announcement. I NEVER count out Cal.