Posted by Laura Keeley on January 27, 2015
Duke quarterback Anthony Boone recently received an invitation to the NFL combine, making it four former Blue Devils who will head to Indianapolis in February.
Boone publicized the recent invite on Twitter Tuesday. He is training with QB country, a quarterback coaching service run by David Morris, who played for current Duke coach David Cutcliffe while at Ole Miss. Boone recently participated in the East-West Shrine Game, where he completed 4-of-8 passes for 49 yards.
Earlier this month, right guard Laken Tomlinson, wide receiver Jamison Crowder and left tackle Takoby Cofield received invitations to the Combine as well. Tomlinson and Crowder both participated in the senior bowl, and both drew positive feedback from NFL personnel in attendance. ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. recently said that Crowder projects to be taken as high as the second round. In December, Kiper rated Tomlinson the fifth-best guard available.
Posted by Laura Keeley on January 8, 2015
Duke standout Jahlil Okafor entered Wednesday night's game at Wake Forest on a hot streak, shooting 77 percent from the floor and averaging 26 points on 13 shots in last week's three games. But in the first half against the Demon Deacons, Okafor had just four points on two shots from the field
Posted by Laura Keeley on January 2, 2015
Next time Duke football takes the field, it will look like markedly different than during recent years. Ten starters and 13 players on the two-deep depth chart have exhausted their eligibility. They've undoubtedly left the Blue Devils in a better place than when they arrived, but how equipped are the players left behind to continue to move the program forward?
Posted by Laura Keeley on December 27, 2014
Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel is exploring a graduate transfer next season, and Duke is one of the schools he is considering, according to a source. He has sent a release to the Blue Devils, allowing them to contact him.