"Seth will be a great addition to our program and the Durham community," said Krzyzewski. "He is a gifted player with a great pedigree. He comes from a beautiful family and we are excited that they will now be a part of the Duke University family."
In Curry's lone season at Liberty, he scored the sixth-most points (707) in a season in Big South history, while leading NCAA freshmen in scoring at 20.2 points per game. Curry, the Big South Freshman of the Year and a second team all-conference selection, also connected on 102 three-point field goals, breaking the Liberty record set last year by Anthony Smith (84).
Curry, the younger brother of Davidson's Stephen Curry, will be eligible to play for the Blue Devils during the 2010-11 season and will have three years of eligibility remaining.