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THE LIST: Class of 2014 Rivals150
The last of the big time players from the class of 2014 that was expected to make an early choice has a decision. Five-star Justise Winslow announced his decision on Thursday.
A day after the end of the early signing period, the No. 9 player in the class announced during a ceremony at Houston (Texas) St. John's that he will be attending Duke.
"Next year I will be attending Duke University to play for Coach K," said Winslow at his announcement.
The 6-foot-6 southpaw is not only one of the class of 2014's most impressive physical specimens, he is also one of the most versatile talents.
Often times throughout his high school career, Winslow has played as a bit of a point forward. Because of his strength and toughness, he's virtually impossible for high school defenders to knock off of his dribble. He can also pass very well off the move and has become more diverse as a scorer by upgrading his jumper and mixing in pull-ups with his power drives.
In addition to his offensive versatility, Winslow is as good a perimeter defender as there is in the class of 2014. He can put the clamps on an opponents best perimeter scorer and helps out on the glass.
Bottom line, Winslow is a winner and his addition to the Blue Devils class only strengthens their hold on the No. 1 spot. Combining him with No. 1 Jahlil Okafor, No. 5 Tyus Jones and No. 34 Grayson Allen gives Duke one of their best ever recruiting classes.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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