2023 prospect Tyrese Proctor will decide between Duke, Arizona and G-League

Tyrese Proctor, one of the top international prospects for the 2023 recruiting cycle, will announce his college decision on Thursday, April 7 (4 p.m. ET).

Proctor, who hails from Australia, plays at the Canberra (AUS) NBA Global Academy. He’s narrowed his list of options to three, including two college programs: Duke, Arizona and the G-League Ignite.

Back in February, Proctor took an official visit to Duke; he was at Cameron Indoor Stadium when Mark Williams tapped in the game-winner vs. Wake Forest.

Scheyer has been Duke’s lead recruiter for Proctor.

Of note: the Blue Devils already have three commitments for 2023, including two 5-star guards: Caleb Foster and Jared McCain. Sean Stewart, a 4-star power forward, completes that trio.

As far as Arizona goes: the Wildcats were one of the top teams in the country and featured a roster stocked with international talent. Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona’s leading scorer, is another NBA Academy success story, who hails from Montreal. Mathurin projects as a lottery pick in the 2022 NBA Draft.

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