NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WTVD) -- After just one official visit, Jayson Tatum has committed to Duke.
Tatum, ranked second in the ESPN Class of 2016 made his verbal commitment Sunday after finishing a semi-final game in the Peach Jam tournament. He chose Duke over Kentucky, North Carolina and his hometown school, Saint Louis.
"I love the way the program is run and I love the way the academics are set up," Tatum said of Duke. "My relationships with the Duke coaches were the best, and they made me a priority. They did the best job of recruiting me and have been at almost all my games, and that means a lot."
Tatum is a versatile player at 6-foot-8, 190-pounds. He is able to score both from the wing and in the mid-post.
Duke will now focus on two more recruits for 2016, North Carolina natives Harry Giles (ESPN No. 1) and Dennis Smith (ESPN No. 5).
For more details check out the full ESPN article
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