TJ Power commitment: Top winger discusses decision to join Duke, Jon Scheyer

TJ Power They banded together in the dominant month of July at Nike EYBL and at the Nike Peach Jam to earn several Blueblood shows. In the end, he chose Duke instead of North Carolina, Boston College, Iowa, and Virginia, and broke down his thought process behind the decision in a blog post for Sports Illustrated.

I am happy to say that I have officially joined the Brotherhood at Duke University.

For me, this whole process was a learning experience. You go through each college, you have the pros and cons, and the roosters just check most of the boxes.

I grew up watching them and their players and adore some of them like Cam Reddish, Marvin Bagley III, Jason Tatum and Gary Trent. Now, I’m able to step in and play there for a guy like a coach [Jon] Scheyer, who I know really believes in me, and that’s just too big for me.

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