Duke basketball: Boozer twins set to take official visit to rival ACC program

Duke basketball recruiting prospects Cayden and Cameron Boozer (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)
Duke basketball recruiting prospects Cayden and Cameron Boozer (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports) /

Duke basketball targets Cayden and Cameron Boozer are taking an official visit to an ACC school. 

Another major recruiting weekend is here in college basketball but these two days will not be featuring the Duke basketball program. Instead, it will be surrounding two of its biggest recruits.

Cameron and Cayden Boozer, the twin sons of Blue Devil legend Carlos Boozer, will begin their second official visit on Friday and the first to a program in the ACC, the Miami Hurricanes.

The new of the visit was first reported by social media’s anonymous college basketball insider Trilly Donovan, and confirmed my other outlets.

The Boozer’s took an official visit to Kentucky on September 22 and also are planning to visit Florida on November 3.

There has not been a set date for an official visit — or unofficial visit — for the two 5-star prospects to see Duke.

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Many expected this to be a rather unexciting recruitment as the Blue Devils are pegged to be the favorites to land the twin brothers with their family’s connection to Duke, but both Cayden and Cameron have been adamant that they are not locked on the school and plan to fully use all of their visits.

North Carolina has also offered both players in addition to Duke, Florida, Kentucky, and Miami.

Duke basketball recruiting targets still battling for positioning in rankings

Cameron Boozer, named after Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium, is no longer the No. 1 player in the Class of 2025 after the reclassification of former 2026 prospect AJ Dybantsa into the high school junior class.

Boozer now ranks as the No. 2 player in the country after he a Cooper Flagg, a major Blue Devil target who reclassified into 2024, battled for the top ranking throughout the summer.

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Cayden Boozer, the 6-foot-3 point guard, has risen up the recruiting ranking this summer as he now sits as the No. 17 player in the 247Sports Composite rankings.

The Blue Devils do not have a commitment from a 2025 recruit player but currently have nine scholarship offers to members of the class.

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