The Duke football program continues to blitz potential targets and recruits, not only in the Class of 2021 but also in the Class of 2022.
David Cutcliffe and his Duke football staff are continuing to hit the recruiting trail, and they are hitting it hard, not only trying to add to their Class of 2021 but to start building the foundation of the Class of 2022 prospects who will be entering Durham.
The Blue Devils recently offered three players, one rising high school senior and two rising juniors.
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Cameron Bergeron, a cornerback in the Class of 2021, recently picked up an offer from Duke as the 5-foot-11 Georgia native has been adding to his already impressive list of suitors.
A standout at Westover High School in Albany, Georgia, Bergeron holds offers from programs such as Cincinnati, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rutgers, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, and West Virginia.
Ranked as the No. 882 prospect in his class, the No. 75 cornerback, and No. 72 player in the state of Georgia, according to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, the site also lists Bergeron's Crystal Ball Prediction with the DB landing at Vanderbilt.
Transitioning to the Class of 2022, the Blue Devils extended an offer to linebacker Langston Patterson, who has been seeing interest from some major powerhouses in college football.
Patterson holds offers from Louisville, Nebraska, Purdue, South Carolina, and Tennessee while he starts to receive interests from schools like Alabama, Clemson, Florida, LSU, Stanford, and Texas A&M.
The 6-foot-1 native of Nashville, Tennessee, currently does not have a ranking from the 247 Sports Composite Rankings as the site has not listed the rising junior class as of yet.
Cutcliffe and staff also offered Class of 2022 safety Caleb Wooden, who is just beginning the recruiting process with his first two offers from Georgia Tech and Duke.
The Yellow Jackets offered the Lawrenceville, Georgia, native back on April 15, and like Patterson, Wooden does not have a ranking via 247 Sports, nor does he have a Crystal Ball Prediction.
Duke does not have a commitment from the Class of 2022 yet, but the Blue Devils do have the No. 35 reciting class in the country and No. 7 in the ACC for the Class of 2021.