Report: Duquesne to Host NC State Transfer Dusan Mahorcic for Official Visit
As Keith Dambrot and his staff continue to fill out the Duquesne basketball roster ahead of next season, the Dukes are now set to host another transfer for an official visit.
According to Adam Zagoria, the Dukes will host NC State transfer Dusan Mahorcic starting Monday for an official visit.
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NC State transfer @DMahorcic will take an official to Duquesne on Monday , per source
Western Kentucky and Ole Miss officials are next up https://t.co/d5yaTPVAd4
— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) May 7, 2023
Mahorcic’s recruitment has been all over Division One, as Florida State and Ole Miss are among the high majors recruiting him and Western Kentucky and Duquesne are among the mid majors.
Mahorcic is a 6-foot-10 forward who averaged 8.7 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season for the Wolfpack. A journeyman, Mahorcic has spent one year each at Illinois State, Utah, and NC State so far in his collegiate career.
This past season, Mahorcic spent the majority of his senior campaign on the sidelines as he injured his knee and received surgery shortly after. Months later, he received a medical hardship waiver, which will allow him another year of eligibility to play college ball.
Duquesne has added Andrei Savrasov, Hassan Drame, and Fousseyni Drame from the transfer portal so far this offseason. Former Dukes Kevin Easley (Coastal Carolina), Devin Carney (Denver), Maceo Austin (Slippery Rock), Quincy McGriff (UTSA), and Jaylen Cole-Williams (Uncommitted) all entered the portal this offseason from the program.