Duke continued to bolster its 2020 recruiting class with the commitment of 4-star forward Henry Coleman. On Friday, the 6-foot-7 Coleman — who plays his prep ball for Richmond (Va.) Trinity Episcopal School — committed to the Blue Devils.
Ranked as the No. 40 overall prospect in the 2020 class, Coleman picked Duke over Virginia Tech, NC State, Michigan and Ohio State. Assistant coach Nate James led Duke’s recruitment of Coleman, who took an official visit to the school’s campus on Aug. 30. (Coleman also took an official visit to Virginia Tech.)
The latest big time prospect to select #Duke is combo forward Henry Coleman. He discusses his decision with @Rivals https://t.co/RPPbfltGbh pic.twitter.com/KUhvbbyEF5
— Eric Bossi (@ebosshoops) September 27, 2019
With Coleman in the mix, Duke now has four commits in its 2020 class: 5-star forward Jalen Johnson, 5-star combo guard DJ Steward and 5-star point guard Jeremy Roach. The Blue Devils have the No. 2 recruiting class in the country, per 247 Sports.
Henry Coleman (@hencoleman3) on why he chose Duke. pic.twitter.com/ekv5Z0hubi
— Kirk Nawrotzky (@KirkNawrotzky) September 27, 2019