After a solid spring on the AAU circuit, Gordon has shown well for himself at the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp.
"The camp is going pretty good," said Gordon. "I am going against some guys I haven't played against in a long time, so it has been fun."
He continued, "I think I have improved a lot. I am starting to get my scoring touch and aggressiveness back, and overall I think I have just gotten better."
About the visit to Duke, Gordon explained, "I am hoping to see their tradition and see where I would fit in and just talk to the coaches and get to know them."
Michigan assistant coach Jeff Meyer coached Gordon's father at Liberty and brother at Indiana, and has remained close to the family. Now he is recruiting the youngest Gordon, and has been telling him about the Wolverines program.
"They have talked to me about being in the program and while they haven't offered me yet, they say how I would fit in with them and what they like about my game," said Gordon.
Kansas came out and saw Gordon during the high school season, and now he is going to return the favor and check things out in Lawrence.
"I'm not sure if I am going to Kansas Wednesday or Thursday, but I am going in a few days and I like their program and their coaching staff so I am looking forward to it," said Gordon.
For now Gordon is in no hurry to make a decision, and he intends to get as much information about each school as possible before deciding.