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Duke Basketball: Blue Devils roster breakdown for 2024-25 season

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The Duke Blue Devils fell one win shy of the program's 18th Final Four appearance this past season leading to a massive roster transformation in the off-season. Seven players from the 2023-24 roster decided to enter the transfer portal to find new homes with a star-studded freshman class and a talented haul of transfers descending upon Durham, including number one overall recruit Cooper Flagg.

Despite having to replace all but one starter from last season, Duke still looks to have the pieces to put together a special season going into '24-'25. Here is a look at the 15 player roster for Duke under head coach Jon Scheyer.


Kyle Filipowski (16.4 PPG), Jared McCain (14.3 PPG), Jeremy Roach (14.0 PPG), Mark Mitchell (11.6 PPG), Ryan Young (2.8 PPG), TJ Power (2.1 PPG), Sean Stewart (2.6 PPG), Jaylen Blakes (1.8 PPG), Christian Reeves (1.7 PPG)

While Duke looks to replace some heavy scoring production with Kyle Filipowski and Jared McCain off to the NBA, The loss of Jeremy Roach to Baylor after his four-year career as the lead ball-handler at Duke leaves a leadership void needing to be filled. Tyrese Proctor, a captain a year ago, is the oldest returning rotational piece as a rising junior alongside Caleb Foster, entering his second year as a Blue Devil.


G Tyrese Proctor: (10.5 PTS, 3.0 REB, 3.7 AST)
G Caleb Foster: (7.7 PTS, 2.4 REB, 2.1 AST)
F Neal Begovich (0.3 PTS)
G Spencer Hubbard (0.6 PTS)
C Stanley Borden (DNP in 2023-24)

Proctor had a solid sophomore year but dealt with a concussion and an ankle sprain throughout the middle of the season. At 6'5 and Duke's potential starting point guard, his ability to create for others should be on full display with the surplus of position-less talent around him.

Caleb Foster provided solid production in his alternating time as a bench player and a starter throughout his freshman season. Scoring in double-figures on six occasions, Foster had big games against the likes of Baylor and Pittsburgh before an ankle injury against Wake Forest sidelined him for the team's entire NCAA Tournament run.