Duke basketball hands out yet another offer in Class of 2023

Duke basketball coaches Jon Scheyer and Mike Krzyzewski (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images)
Duke basketball coaches Jon Scheyer and Mike Krzyzewski (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images) /

Jon Scheyer and the Duke basketball program have dished out yet another offer in the Class of 2023. 

It is always a busy time on the recruiting trail in Durham, with the Duke basketball program and Jon Scheyer making another offer to a top prospect in the Class of 2023.

Four-star power forward Sean Stewart landed in North Carolina for a Duke visit this weekend without an offer from the Blue Devils, but the Windermere, Florida native will be headed back to the Sunshine State with a Duke offer to his name.

Stewart is ranked as the No. 33 player in the Class of 2023, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, in addition to his place as the No. 5 power forward in his class and the No. 4 player in the state of Florida.

He also holds offers from schools such as Georgetown, Michigan, Alabama, Ohio State, Kansas, Pittsburgh, Texas, Florida, and Arizona State.

In addition to his official visit to Duke, Sean Stewart has taken official visits to Ohio State, Georgetown, Michigan, and Stanford with unofficial visits to Florida, Harvard, and UCF.

Blue Devil assistant head coach Chris Carrawell visited Stewart prior to his trip to Durham.

Sean Stewart is listed at 6-foot-8, 210 pounds.

Duke basketball continues rampage inside Class of 2023

Jon Scheyer has already landed a commitment from five-star point guard Caleb Foster in the Class of 2023, but the list of players who have been offered by the Blue Devils continues to grow.

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Scheyer currently has seven active scholarship offers in the junior class: five-star combo guard Jared Mccain, five-star small forward Mackenzie Mgbako, five-star small forward JJ Taylor, five-star small forward Matas Buzelis, five-star small forward Taylor Bowen, five-star power forward G.G. Jackson, and now four-star power forward Sean Stewart.

In his first solo recruiting class since being named the next head coach of the Duke Blue Devils, Jon Scheyer currently has the No. 1 incoming class in 2022, and Caleb Foster gives the future leader of the program an early lead with the No. 1 class in 2023 as well.

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