Ranking each Duke basketball player by their CTC intro song

Duke basketball guard Trevor Keels (Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports)
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7. Duke basketball freshman guard Trevor Keels

Similar to Paolo Banchero, Trevor Keels added in some extra flair by rocking a pair of sunglasses. His dance was cool, and his teammates all seemed to enjoy it as well. His song of choice was “No Mentions” by NBA Youngboy.

Personally, I had never heard that song before, but I added it to my Spotify playlist and listened to it in the car the other day. It’s a good song, even though nobody in the crowd seemed to know it either. All in all, it was a good performance. And I liked that he brought his own style into it.

8. Duke basketball sophomore guard Spencer Hubbard

The Los Angeles native is another player that is fairly unknown amongst Duke basketball fans. Spencer Hubbard chose “No Friends in the Industry” by Drake.

This song has a mean beat drop, and he was able to time it perfectly. I personally have listened to this song an ungodly amount of times since it was released off Drake’s Certified Lover Boy album. It is a hype song, and his teammates were very much into it. So props to Hubbard for that.