Ball, who projects as a tight end in the Blue Devils' system, had an incredible 4.28 shuttle time at the US Army Combine held in San Antonio in January, and his 7.35 L-Cone Drill puts him among the nation's best for players over 200 pounds as rated by Scout.com.
Ball, who also boasts a 4.5 forty time, has long been considered a Duke lean. Throughout his summer camp tour that included big name stops such as Stanford and Texas, he was battling an ankle injury that slowed down his ability to cut and turn.
Duke was Ball's only offer to date. Currently he has yet to be evaluated on the Scout.com star system.