The Boozer twins, major Duke basketball recruiting targets, continued their impressive summer.
It was another week that the Boozer twins were on national television and the Duke basketball recruiting targets lived up to the hype, once again.
Cameron and Cayden Boozer, along with their Nightrydas teammate, were on the ESPN airwaves on Monday night at the Las Vegas Big Time showcase and were pinned up against Strive For Greatness, featuring Bryce James and Kian Anthony, the sons of LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony.
However, it was the sons of Carlos Boozer that stole the show was Cameron, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2025, finished the outing with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists as his team pulled away with the 77-69 victory.
One of his assists was in transition as he turned a missed shot into a fast break opportunity in which he found his brother Cayden a few strides inside half court and took one dribble to get into the paint for a crafty layup.
The Boozers were fresh off of a Nike EYBL Peach Jam championship in which Cameron averaged 15.4 points, 10.9 rebounds, 5.1 assists, and 1.8 blocks per game while Cayden lead the E16 division in assists, 47 total in seven games, while also registering 14.4 points and 3.4 rebounds.
Duke basketball not a lock to land the Boozer twins
After their continued dominance at Peach Jam, the Boozer twins made it very clear that they plan on living out their recruitment process and multiple schools will be involved.
Many experts think that is a foregone conclusion that the duo will commit to the Blue Devils since their father was a standout for Duke and recently inducted in the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
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Arkansas, Miami, Kentucky, and North Carolina have offered both prospects.
Duke does not have a commitment yet in the Class of 2025 but could be eyeing one of the best recruiting classes since rankings became a mainstream topic in the sport.