Duke has struck for the second time in less than a week and this time it’s the nation’s No. 6 rated prospect, Dariq Whitehead, who has announced his intentions to play for the Blue Devils. If there were any questions regarding Jon Scheyer and his young staff’s ability to maintain Duke’s high level of recruiting - they don’t exist now. Whitehead, a five-star wing from Montverde (Fla.) Academy, announced his decision to commit to Duke this evening, choosing the Blue Devils over Florida State and Kansas.
Kansas State begins the year with a neutral site matchup against Stanford inside AT Stadium in Arlington.
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