Duquesne has signed three members of its Class of 2020 to National Letters of Intent since the signing period opened on Wednesday, but the Dukes are still waiting for a signature from three-star forward Andre Harris, a source told Pittsburgh Sports Now.
Small forward Chad Baker and shooting guard Mike Bekelja, both Ohio natives, have submitted their letters to Duquesne, according to a PSN source. Three-star New Jersey wing Toby Okani posted that he had signed on his Instagram account.
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The Dukes had already received signed letters of intent in the early singing period from First Love Christian Academy (Washington, Pa.) Jett Roesing and Cass Tech (Detroit) guard Tyson Acuff.
That leaves Harris, a three-star, 6-foot-7 forward prospect from Hillcrest Prep in Mesa, Arizona that committed to the Dukes back in December. Harris had high-level offers to Georgetown, TCU and Tulsa before committing to the Dukes.
With the five players already signed, Duquesne is already ones scholarship over the limit of 13, even with the offseason departures of Brendan Buckley, Frankie Hughes and Ashton Miller and graduation of Baylee Steele, so expect more news to come with Duquesne’s offseason.