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Duke has its quarterback and a head start

Duke and Virginia are the only two football teams in the Coastal Division that will return their starting quarterback. That’s a good head start on coach David Cutcliffe’s offseason goal for the Blue Devils. Duke went 4-8 in 2016 and missed a bowl game for the first time in five years in Daniel Jones’ first year as a starter.

High School Sports

Signed prospects want uncommitted recruits to become their college teammates

Among the players the Duke Blue Devils are targeting is Tampa shooting guard Kevin Knox, 247’s eighth-ranked player in the class. Knox – who scored 15 points in the March 29 McDonald’s game in Chicago – is anticipating making his college choice in mid-April, during his high school’s spring break. Along with Duke, Knox’s list includes North Carolina, Kentucky and Florida State; he said Missouri is also in consideration now that the Tigers have signed the nation’s No. 2 prospect, Michael Porter, Jr.

           

Videos

"It's tough, we're ashamed of the end result."- Luke Kennard, Duke sophomore guard

Kennard breaks down the Blue Devils early exit from the NCAA tournament in Greenville, S.C.
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"It's tough, we're ashamed of the end result."- Luke Kennard, Duke sophomore guard

Former Blue Devil football players audition for NFL scouts at Duke Pro Day 1:14

Former Blue Devil football players audition for NFL scouts at Duke Pro Day

Matt Jones reflects on his four years as a Duke Blue Devil after loss to Gamecocks 2:51

Matt Jones reflects on his four years as a Duke Blue Devil after loss to Gamecocks

Duke's Grayson Allen talks about Amile Jefferson and the end of the road for the Blue Devils 3:18

Duke's Grayson Allen talks about Amile Jefferson and the end of the road for the Blue Devils