At the end of the day, Duane Wilson couldn't have asked for anything more out of his junior season.
The 6-foot-3 point guard from Milwaukee (Wisc.) Dominican made tremendous strides as a player. On top of that he earned all-state honors and led his team to a state title on Saturday night.
Tuesday afternoon, Wilson added making his college decision to his list of accomplishments when he announced his decision to attend Marquette during a pep rally at his school.
"I'm going to Marquette," Wilson told Rivals.com. "I felt comfortable with Buzz (Williams) and the whole coaching staff. I like the style of play and their athletics."
An athletic point guard, Wilson has worked hard to extend the range on his jumper, improve his decisions and become more than just an off the dribble scorer.
Currently rated as a three-star prospect, Wilson checks in at No. 128 in the 2013 Rivals150. This summer, he'll run with Milwaukee-based Playground Elite. He joins another Milwaukee native, four-star wing Deonte Burton, to make up the Eagles early 2013 recruiting class.
Marquette advanced to the Sweet 16 this year, and will face Florida on Thursday in the West Region semifinals.