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Duquesne Basketball Earns Commitment from Canisius Transfer Tre Dinkins

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On Wednesday, Duquesne’s Dru Joyce III landed his first and second commitments as head coach of the Dukes. 

After landing Cam Crawford earlier in the night, Joyce earned a verbal commitment from Canisius transfer Tre Dinkins, one of his top guard targets out of the transfer portal.

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Dinkins visited Duquesne over this past weekend, and enjoyed his time on the Bluff. 

Canisius Transfer Tre Dinkins Enjoys Duquesne Visit

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“I enjoyed my time there,” he told PSN. “They showed love [with] the support system from the staff, [had] great facilities/campus, nice city and it was good vibes. Also, felt like a family atmosphere.”

Dinkins is a 6-foot-2, 190-pound guard out of Chester, Pennsylvania. He spent the last two seasons at Canisius, dramatically improving his numbers in a bigger role this past season. Dinkins played more than 35 minutes per game on average and scored 15.4 points per contest. He shot 41% from the field and 37% from three-point range this year and hit 85 of his 233 three-point attempts on more than seven three pointers attempted per game.

Dinkins initially heard from a long list of programs after he entered the transfer portal officially on March 18. The following programs, and more, reached out to Dinkins upon entry: Miami, Seton Hall, Oklahoma, Indiana, Xavier, and many others.

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