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Sunday / May 26.
  • Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine now both have scholarship offers from Duke.

    A few days after offering the 6-foot-4 Antoine, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski extended a scholarship offer to the 6-5 Lewis via phone, Brian Klatsky of Team Rio told ZAGSBLOG. Lewis, Antoine and Team Rio are in Las Vegas.

    Duke has tracked the two Class of 2019 stars from the Ranney (N.J.) School during July, with Duke’s Jeff Capel and Jon Scheyer both watching them last week at the Under Armour All-America Camp in Philadelphia.

    “Me and Coach Scheyer had a long talk the other day about Duke and things like that,” Lewis said last week. “They’re definitely up on the list of schools I would like to play for. Coach K and the history of that school in general. I’m one of the top guys in my class and to have them interested is just an honor.”

    Both players revealed last week that they had recently had an intense conversation about possibly joining forces in college.

    USC head coach Andy Enfield showed a little Hollywood flair during Marvin Bagley III’s official visit.

    The Trojans offered all three Bagley boys — Marvin, Marcus and Martray — according to their father, Marvin Bagley Jr. on Instagram.

    “USC has offered all three Bagley boys,” he wrote.

    Marvin Bagley III, the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2018, began his official visit to USC on Wednesday and will leave on Friday. He will then visit Arizona the first week of his August, as first reported by FanRagSports.com two weeks ago.

    Marcus Bagley is a 6-6 small forward in the Class of 2020 at Sierra Canyon (CA), while Martray Bagley is 7 years old.

    The 6-foot-11 Marvin Bagley is coming off his first official visit to Duke beginning last Thursday. Bagley’s father, Marvin Jr., is originally from Durham and Marvin III’s grandmother still lives there.

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