It seems like Duke’s basketball teams just do not stop landing recruits.
On Wednesday night, Duke women’s basketball added yet another member to its 2024 class, as five-star forward Arianna Roberson announced her commitment to the program. The No. 19 recruit is the third player to join the Blue Devils’ 2024 class, joining No. 9 Toby Fournier and No. 100 Jenessa Cotton.
The San Antonio native will add even more versatility to the upcoming Duke roster, as her 6-foot-4 frame will be a much-needed addition to the frontcourt that could lack some size following the likely departures of Kennedy Brown and Camilla Emsbo this coming offseason. The Clark High School product brings some basketball pedigree to Durham, as her father played basketball at New Mexico State and her brother is former NBA player Andre Roberson.
Roberson also brings championship experience to The Sisterhood, as her high school team is fresh off a Texas UIL 6A state championship, where the future Blue Devil dropped 24 points and 15 rebounds to lead her team to a title.
Roberson chose the Blue Devils over UConn, Oregon, Southern California and Utah.
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