Video: Cameron Reddish highlightsNew Duke pledge in action at the City of Palms Classic last December.
As much talent as Mike Krzyzewski has brought to Duke over the years, his program has never experienced a recruiting hot streak like the one its on now.
High school basketball's elite continued the gravitation toward Durham on Friday night as Class of 2018 prospect Cameron Reddish
of Westtown (West Chester, Pa.)
announced he will be a Blue Devil via Twitter.
Reddish is a 6-foot-8, 195-pound wing pegged as the No. 3 prospect in the senior class by 247Sports
Director of Scouting Jerry Meyer.
The future Blue Devil averaged 22.6 points per game this spring and summer on the Nike EYBL circuit for Philadelphia-based Team Final.
Reddish's numbers weren't outrageous as a junior at Westtown with all the talent in the lineup (including Texas freshman center Mo Bamba), but he was a huge factor in the team going 32-2 and winning the PAISAA title.
Earlier this week, Reddish was in the news for a meeting in Los Angeles with LeBron James and agent Rich Paul. While a CBS report by Gary Parrish
raised some eyebrows, prospects are not prohibited from meeting with agents.
Coming off a star-studded Class of 2017 recruiting haul that featured three Top 10 players, Coach K and Duke appear to be reloading once again in 2018. In addition to Reddish, the Blue Devils have a pledge from Apple Valley (Minn.)
point guard and fellow Top 10 prospect Tre Jones