Duke basketball: 2 major visitors to take official visits for Arizona game

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

The Duke basketball program will be welcoming two major recruits this weekend. 

Even though the season has officially started for the Duke basketball team, the recruiting never stops.

Less than a month after the Blue Devils hosted Cooper Flagg, the top ranked player in the Class of 2024, for Countdown to Craziness the program will host two of the top prospects in the Class of 2025 this weekend for an official visit.

Cameron and Cayden Boozer, the twin sons of Duke legend Carlos Boozer, will be making the trip to Durham to see Friday’s game against No. 12 Arizona (1-0).

The news of the visit was first reported on Wednesday by 247Sports‘ Travis Branham.

This will be the fourth official visit for the twin brothers after already touring Kentucky, Miami, and Florida but they have both said this summer that they will go through their full recruitment process despite the connection between their family and the Duke basketball program.

Branham reported that Miami is currently the favorites to land the duo and keep them in the Sunshine State.

Cameron Boozer, who is named after Cameron Indoor Stadium, had been the top ranked player in the 2025 class but saw that ranking slip away from him after DJ Dybantsa reclassified from 2026.

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Many have called Dybantsa the best player in high school basketball regardless of class.

Boozer, the 6-foot-9 forward, now sits as the No. 2 player in the country while his brother Cayden, a 6-foot-3 point guard, is the No. 17 prospect in the class in the 247Sports Composite rankings.

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Jon Scheyer has put together stellar recruiting classes since he became the head coach of the program with the No. 1 class in 2022, No. 2 class in 2023, and currently the No. 1 class in 2024 with opportunity to add to its 5-prospect haul.

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Duke has not landed a commitment from a player in the Class of 2025 yet but has extended offers to nine different prospects.

Now, Friday night is not only a massive day on the court for the Blue Devils but, perhaps, an even bigger day — and weekend — off the floor.

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