DURHAM, North Carolina (WTVD) -- Duke Basketball lost out on a highly regarded recruit last weekend. However on Monday, Guard Trevon Duval, a 5-star prospect, announced he'll be a Blue Devil, joining the class of 2017 with a clever video posted on Twitter.
At 6' 3", Duval is considered the top point guard in the class and a top five player overall.
He's the second player to commit to Duke following the announced departure of Frank Jackson. Jordan Tucker (ESPN No. 40) committed over the weekend.
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In the video Duval says ""I'm excited to evolve as a student, as a basketball player and now, and forever, as a Blue Devil."
Meanwhile Duke fans everywhere exclaimed "WHOOO-HOOO!", or something to that effect.
Jackson's jump left a major void at the point.
Monday's announcement shores up a roster turnover that is unprecedented. Four guys (including three freshman) are leaving Duke early for the NBA.
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Duke now owns a strong class that includes Wendell Carter, (No. 4) and Gary Trent Jr. (No. 7), Alex O'Connell (No. 84), Jordan Goldwire (3-star guard) and Tucker (No. 40).