Keith Dambrot and his assistants are conducting a basketball elite camp this morning that’s being attended by a number of talented underclassman.
Duquesne is making a real push to let recruits know about the “new era” of basketball under Dambrot. The coaches have been very active lately in recruiting and contacting recruits in the Class of 2018 and 2019.
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Pittsburgh Sports Now has confirmed that these recruits are on campus this morning:
Brandon Wade: Class of 2018, point guard (6-foot-1, 175 pounds) from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Currently holds offers from Akron, Eastern Michigan, Northern Illinois and Toledo.
Ryan Wade: Class of 2019, shooting guard (6-foot-1, 165 pounds) from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Offers from Toledo and Kent State.
Naim Miller: Class of 2019, shooting guard (6-foot-3, 175 pounds) from Fox Chapel HS. Offers from Buffalo, Stony Brook, Central Connecticut State.
Jameir Fletcher: Class of 2018, forward (6-foot-7, 230 pounds) from Steel Valley. Offers from Colgate, Robert Morris and a number of mid-major programs.
Drew Lowder: Class of 2019, point guard from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Brandon Stone: Class of 2019 power forward from North Carolina (moved from Southmoreland).
Tre Mitchell: Class of 2020 power forward (6-foot-8) from Woodstock Academy in Elizabeth, Pa. Mitchell already has offers from Manhattan and Mount St. Mary’s.
Ethan Morton: Class of 2020 point guard from Butler High School. Morton is a big-time talent and will draw heavy D-1 interest during his recruitment.
Maceo Austin: Class of 2019 shooting guard (6-foot-4, 170 pound) from Kennedy Catholic. Like Morton, Austin is a very talented prospect.
Curtis Aiken: Class of 2018 point guard (6-foot-1, 180 pounds) from North Allegheny HS. Aiken holds offers from TCU and Tennessee.
From what I understand, the Dukes are hosting a ton of kids from Ohio, Philadelphia, New York and New Jersey.