The Duke basketball program offered another shooting gourd in the Class of 2025.
Brayden Burries, a shooting guard in the Class of 2025, received an offer from Jon Scheyer and the Duke basketball program late Wednesday night.
The 6-foot-5 standout at Eleanor Roosevelt High School (Calif.) plays for Strive For Greatness on the AAU circuit and got a chance to showcase his game in front of the Blue Devil coaching staff during the Nike EYBL Peach Jam earlier this month.
The 4-star recruit averaged 19.3 points in just four games played at the premier event in South Carolina.
Burries announced his offer from Duke on Twitter.
Burries is ranked as the No. 28 player in the Class of 2025, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, in addition to being the No. 5 shooting guard in his class and No. 4 player from the state of California.
In addition to Duke, Brayden Burries has landed offers from Arizona, LSU, and Stanford this week but also holds offers from Houston, Kansas, St. John’s, UCLA, and USC.
Duke basketball newest offer provides unique skillset
Brayden Burries is an incredibly athletic guard with a very quick first step, which allows him to wreak havoc by living in the lane where he can either distribute the ball or finish above the rim.
Additionally, he possesses a very good pull-up jump shot off the dribble, making him a scoring threat from mid-range, additionally his 3-ball is knockdown.
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Due has yet to land a commitment from a prospect in the Class of 2025 but Buries is the third guard that has received an offer from Jon Scheyer, joining 5-star point guard Meleek Thomas and 4-star point guard Cayden Boozer.
The Blue Devils have also extended offers to 5-star forwards Cooper Flagg, Cameron Boozer, and Caleb Wilson in the 2025 class.