High School Hoops Roundup

With high school seasons across the nation beginning over the past few days, TDD runs down the performances of several key players on the Duke recruiting radar.


Last year the Carmel Greyhounds were forced to play much of the season without the best big man target in the country. This year future Blue Devil Josh McRoberts is back and on a mission.

In the first game of the year, McRoberts finished with 26 points, 12 rebounds, five blocks and four assists helping Carmel to a 72-50 victory over Brownsburg.

Note: Information courtesy of the Indy Star.


Jonathan Scheyer and Glenbrook North jumped out to a 2-0 start by spanking Wheeling 80-44 in the Lake-Cook Shootout.

The 6-foot-5 Duke shooting guard target led the way with a game high 31 points while also adding seven rebounds, six assists and three steals. The season opener saw Scheyer and company dismantle Antioch 70-45 with Scheyer tallying 33 points, and 9 assists.

Note: Information courtesy of the Chicago Sun Times.

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