Sporting Duke gear, top recruit Justise Winslow was in attendance for Saturday's game against Miami. (Photo by Nicole Savage/The Chronicle)
Sporting Duke gear, top recruit Justise Winslow was in attendance for Saturday's game against Miami. (Photo by Nicole Savage/The Chronicle)

Except the Duke-North Carolina showdown, you could not pick a better game to visit for if you are a Duke basketball recruit than Saturday's tilt against Miami.

Justise Winslow—the No. 10 player in the class of 2014—and elite freshman Harry Giles were in attendance for the Blue Devils 79-76 win against the Hurricanes.

One of seven players the class of 2014 to hold a scholarship offer from Duke, Winslow was sporting a Duke hoody and hat during the game. The 6-foot-5 wing—who is a terrific athlete with a versatile skill set—was cheering for the Blue Devils, especially fellow Houston product and friend Rasheed Sulaimon.

The Duke coaching staff looks to be comparing Winslow to former Duke standouts Gerald Henderson and Dhantay Jones.

Harry Giles is a name that Duke fans need to remember. Just a freshman in high school, the 6-foot-9 forward has the potential to be one of the more special players to come out of the state of North Carolina. And he plays on the same high school team as 2014 Duke target Theo Pinson. As a local kid, Giles has already unofficially visited Duke a handful of times this season.

Here are some highlights of Giles from this year.

Elite freshman Harry Giles was also in attendance for the Blue Devils win against the Hurricanes. (Photo by Nicole Savage/The Chronicle)

Over the weekend, 2013 Duke signee Semi Ojeleye finished with 27 points as his Ottawa High School team marches on in the class 4A Kansas state playoffs.

In other recruiting news: Duke is not recruiting Andrew Wiggins, but his college destination is very pertinent to the Blue Devil program, and all of college basketball. Wiggins' recruitment is drawing nearer to an end. The No. 1 player in the class of 2013 officially visited Kentucky last week and will officially visit Kansas this week.

Perceived to be the co-frontrunner with the Wildcats, Florida State—his parents' alma mater—had Wiggins on campus back in December for an official visit.

North Carolina will get its opportunity to woo the remarkably gifted 6-foot-7 small forward Saturday as it hosts Wiggins for the team's showdown against Duke.

In anticipation for Wiggins' long-awaited official visit and to get in Seminole head coach Leonard Hamilton's head, the North Carolina student section chanted "Andrew Wiggins" during the Tar Heels' home win over Florida State on Sunday.