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Duke guard Gary Trent Jr. announces for NBA Draft

Duke guard Gary Trent Jr. announces for National Basketball Association draft. As declared in Freshman Gary Trent Jr. declared for the National Basketball Association Draft Saturday morning, becoming the 3rd Blue Devil starter to leave Durham after only one year & Duke’s 13th one-&-done ever ever 2011.
We appreciate everything Gary brought to Duke basketball & hope him a better as he begins his journey in professional basketball.”
JustBeGreat pic.twitter.com/bpmE6xMl7Y — GARY x TRENT x JR (@gtrentjr2) April seven, 2018Trent was a highest-ten overall recruit & the No.
One shooting guard in his class, & he developed into a dependable scorer for the Blue Devils.
This time the Blue Devils are continue waiting to hear whether Wendell Carter Jr. going to stay or go pro as an nearly assured lottery pick.

Gary Trent on son leaving Duke basketball for National Basketball Association draft

Gary Trent Sr. knows what his son, previous Duke freshman guard Gary Trent Jr., is enable to of despite what some draft analysts going to tell.
Trent Sr. said How the system was designed, his son brought something which was needed & which’s how he was used.
SHARE COPY correlation Blue Devils’ freshman guard Gary Trent Jr. talks about Duke’s beat & what has been working well for him over the final few games. We appreciate everything Gary brought to Duke Basketball & hope him a better as he begins his journey in professional basketball. Trent Sr. said his son is without a Uncertainty signing an agent.

 

Gary Trent Jr
Gary Trent Jr

Previous Apple Valley player Gary Trent Jr. going to get in National Basketball Association draft

Referring to previous Apple Valley High School basketball player Gary Trent Jr. is leaving Duke after 1 year for the National Basketball Association draft. Trent became the 3rd Duke freshmen from this year’s team to get in the draft, joining Marvin Bagley III & Trevon Duval.
Which list too includes another Apple Valley output, Tyus Jones, who was drafted with the Timberwolves in 2015.
Jones’ bro Tre, the Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year, going to be a freshman at Duke in the fall.
Trent left Apple Valley after his junior year & finished high school at Prolific Prep in Napa, Calif.

 


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