Duke men's basketball enjoys sneak Call of Duty preview

Being a Division I athlete certainly has its perks. 

Duke’s basketball team enjoyed one of those Tuesday, getting to test the unreleased video game Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer. 

Senior guard Grayson Allen was one of many Blue Devil players that got to shoot their shot in the first-person shooter video game that won’t be sold to the public until Nov. 3, 2017. 

We got the exclusive Call of Duty WWII preview today!(swipe )

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Duke hopes its shooting ability on the video game will translate to the court this season, with expectations high once again in Durham. After hauling in the nation's top recruiting class, head coach Mike Krzyzewski's team is ranked No. 3 by the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook in its preseason rankings, behind just Arizona and Michigan State. 

The nation's No. 1 point guard recruit, Trevon Duval, joined in on the action—and seemed laser-focused. 

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