For the past several weeks, many signs on the recruiting trail pointed to Class of 2019 forward Matt Hurt making his pledge to join the Duke basketball program when he finally announced his decision. Hurt (6-foot-9, 215) made the announcement live from his high school on Friday afternoon. ESPN ranked Hurt as the 10th-best player in this year's recruiting class.
247Sports has Hurt as the No. 8 player in the country. Named to both the McDonald's All-American and Nike Hoop Summit teams, Hurt also won a gold medal with USA Basketball at the 2018 FIBA Americas U18 Championship. He averaged 14 points and 5.3 rebounds for the U18s, converting 12 of 20 from 3-point range.
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Hurt dominated his high school competition, finishing his career there as the all-time leading scorer in Minnesota history racking up 3,819 points.
With the addition of Hurt, Krzyzewski has now had at least three five-star recruits in five consecutive recruiting classes.
The next big decision day for the Jayhawks on the recruiting trail is Monday, when 4-star shooting guard Cassius Stanley is expected to announce his pick between a final four of KU, Duke, Oregon and UCLA.