Ranking each Duke basketball player by their CTC intro song

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3. Duke basketball sophomore guard Jeremy Roach

I loved everything about Jeremy Roach’s introduction. His song was “Every Chance I Get” by DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, and Lil Durk. In my opinion, that is one of the best songs of the year. It is a great song to crank if you’re working out or just in the car cruising.

Roach also brought out his former high school teammate, Trevor Keels, to help him with his dance. It’s a dance that was popular on TikTok over the last year or so, and you could also see Mark Williams in the background going hard with it.

4. Duke basketball freshman forward AJ Griffin

Given his injury status (knee sprain), I wasn’t expecting much from AJ Griffin. But he went with “Go Crazy” by Chris Brown and Young Thug. And given his dance, you wouldn’t even know that he was dealing with an injury.

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You can see him jumping up and clapping with his teammates, who were copying him in the background. I have to put him high on this list since that song was one of the biggest from 2020 and one that will probably never get old. You can also hear the Cameron Crazies singing along to it. Griffin deserves a ton of credit for dancing and bringing the energy despite his injury.