Duke simply had to get Amile Jefferson if they were to remain one of the elite programs in college basketball. Not that they absolutely need him for success next season, but this changes things in the recruiting circles. Kentucky, Kansas, UCLA and other top programs such as Arizona (they are on their way back) and North Carolina seem to be getting the lion's share of McDonald's All Americans.
Although Amile Jefferson is still considering Duke and North Carolina State, there is one choice that makes sense for him, and that's Kentucky. National signing day has come and gone, and most recruits have made up their minds, but ... Read Post
Amile Jefferson is one of the top college basketball recruits in the country and his list is now comprised of just six schools. They are Villanova, Kentucky, Ohio State, Duke, Connecticut and North Carolina State. In the end there w... Read Post
Elite prospect Amile Jefferson has committed to Duke for the 2012-13 season, according to CBS' Jeff Goodman, which is a major boost for the Blue Devils' recruiting class. Duke just picked up Amile Jefferson. — Jeff Goodman (@Goodman... Read Post