Duke Blue Devils Commit Jahlil Okafor Picks Grayson Allen to Win City of Palms Dunk Contest
Duke Blue Devils commit Jahlil Okafor was at the City of Palms Classic this weekend, and he picked his future teammate to win the dunk contest in a show of camaraderie. Much thanks to Okafor for the tweet below and definitely expecting those two to have excellent chemistry on the court next season.
— Jahlil Okafor (@BigJah22) December 22, 2013
Okafor and Allen will join the Blue Devils along with the top ranked point guard in the class Tyus Jones and ultra glue-guy Justise Winslow. Winslow in particular is a recruit who is slipping under the radar at the moment, and when folks realize what a quality player he is, then the Blue Devils true depth will be revealed.
Blue Devil fans have been hitting me up on twitter lately and you can tell the buzz is already building; once they are the preseason number one ranked team though then the hype will build to epic levels. Okafor and Jones announced their decision in a joint press conference, which was pretty cool to see. The technology today makes amazing things possible folks, so never take it for granted. Really cannot wait to watch all of these young talents at the next level, and the wait is already killing me.
A couple more Prep pieces coming your way today, and then might even hit you with some pro basketball pieces on Christmas Eve morning. We never stop hustling here at Rant Sports Prep (except on Christmas where the hustle will take a break for one day), and much thanks to all of the feedback.
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