Duke basketball: Isaiah Evans sets date to sign with Blue Devils

Duke basketball commit Isaiah Evans (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images)
Duke basketball commit Isaiah Evans (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images) /

Duke basketball commit Isaiah Evans has set a date to sign his National Letter of Intent. 

The final member of the Duke basketball recruiting class that is currently committed to the Blue Devils is set to sign his National Letter of Intent soon and polish off the star-studded crop of prospects — for now.

Isaiah Evans, a 5-star forward from North Carolina, will officially become the next member of The Brotherhood on Monday, November 13 a signing day event at North Mecklenburg High School.

Rumors swirled around Evans following VJ Edgecombe, a 5-star recruit in the Class of 2024, canceling all his remaining visits except St. John’s following his trip to Durham for Countdown to Craziness.

Predictions also appeared for the Long Island Lutheran (NY) standout to commit to the Blue Devils, which fueled more rumors that Evans could decommit.

However, the 6-foot-6 forward tweeted, “I ain’t going no where,” and quickly debunked the rumors.

Cooper Flagg, Patrick Ngongba, Darren Harris, and Kon Knueppel all signed their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, although Duke has only posted the Paul VI (Va.) standouts Ngongba and Harris on its social media accounts.

Duke basketball eager to get paperwork from Isaiah Evans

Duke head coach Jon Scheyer said on Thursday during his press conference that he is going to wait until Evans signs his NLI so he can comment on the entire recruiting class, which is currently ranked as the best in the country.

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Isaiah Evans was in attendance for Countdown to Craziness, the other two Blue Devil commits at the time in Darren Harris and Kon Knueppel, with Cooper Flagg, Patrick Ngongba, and VJ Edgecombe on their recruiting visits.

Evans is listed as the No. 13 player in the Class of 2024, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, and was the second player in the class to commit to Duke in April, shortly after he completed his official visit.

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