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Okafor, a center from Chicago, is the top-ranked player in the Class of 2014 according to ESPN. Jones, a point guard from Apple Valley, Minn., is No. 4. Winslow, a small forward from Houston, is ranked No. 14. Okafor and Jones have repeatedly said the play to play in college together while Winslow has said he may try and play with the duo, though that is no certainty.
Duke will be Okafor and Jones' last official visit, giving head coach Mike Krzyzewski the chance to get a last word in with the duo. Last weekend, the pair visited Kansas together. The only other mutual school the duo is considering is Baylor, though it's widely believed that if they decide together the decision will come down to Kansas and Duke. The Blue Devils have been perceived to be the favorite while they have disputed that.
According to Zagsblog, Jones and Okafor's decision could come soon after their Duke visit, with Jones having said he'd like to announce in late October or November.
Arizona, Duke and Florida are thought to be the favorites for Winslow while UCLA remains in the mix.
Meanwhile, Kevon Looney, a 6-foot-8 forward and the No. 11 player in the class, will announce his decision Thursday Oct. 31. He is considering Duke, Tennessee, Florida, Michigan State, UCLA and Wisconsin, with the Blue Devils still definitely in the running.
Looney's decision could have a significant impact on the choice of Reid Travis, who will announce Nov. 8, according to Darren Wolfson. Travis, a 6-foot-8 forward from Minnesota and the No. 23 player in the class, visited Duke in September.
Any recruit who chooses Duke would join guard Grayson Allen in the program's class of 2014.