A pair of Duke basketball commits were back in the threads of the program.
It was a busy Labor Day Weekend in Durham and the Duke basketball program had to join the action with a pair of committed players taking visits.
Darren Harris and Isaiah Evans, the lone two players pledged to the Blue Devils in the Class of 2024, spent the weekend with the team and took in the wild 28-7 upset the football team pulled off against then No. 9 Clemson.
However, before the duo capped off their weekend at Wallace Wade Stadium they took to a photo shoot in Cameron Indoor Stadium where each recruit got to wear the Duke uniform once again.
Harris posted his pictures on Twitter while Evans, who already posted his Blue Devil threads from his official visit, captured the moment on his Instagram.
Harris, a 6-foot-6 guard from Paul VI (Va.), is under ranked considering an injury that he suffered during his high school season but shined in the AAU circuit this summer after being named as the Most Valuable Player of the Nike EYBL Peach Jam.
The first Duke commit of the class is just a 4-star recruit that the 247Sports Composite rankings have as the No. 61 player in the country, although that should rise with an anticipated outstanding final high school season.
Evans is still ranked as a 5-star prospect and inching closer towards the Top-10 players in the nation as the No. 11 player in the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Duke basketball recruiting class hoping to get fresh faces
Duke currently has the No. 9 recruiting class in the country, according to 247Sports, but remain steadfast in its recruitment of other players like Cooper Flagg, VJ Edgecombe, and Patrick Ngongba.
All three prospects are heavily considering the Blue Devils and should be taking official visits to Durham by the end of October.
Edgecombe and Ngongba will be at Countdown to Craziness while the hope is to also have Flagg at the event but nothing has been confirmed.