TRENDING: Duke Signee Embarrassed Defender Before Splattering NBA Three

Mixtapes featuring Cooper Flagg are abundant. Still, the 17-year-old basketball star from Duke continues to produce fresh content for viewers. That was once more the case this past weekend at the Bob McKillop Invitational in New York, where Flagg helped lead Montverde Academy (Fla.) to two more decisive victories over fierce opposition, raising the team’s record to 28-0. At the event, the 6-foot-9, 200-pound five-star, a lifelong Blue Devils fan from Maine who is ranked No. 1 overall on the 247Sports 2024 Composite, showcased a variety of NBA-caliber abilities.

Duke basketball 2024 recruiting class ranking after Cooper Flagg

But one move stood out from the rest. It was of the ankle-breaking variety at the expense of a hapless defender. And it culminated in a swish from the NBA 3-point line to give Montverde a four-point lead late in the first quarter of Friday night’s eventually comfortable 90-58 victory over Long Island Lutheran (N.Y.).

With 20 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, and 1 block, he concluded the game. It’s just one more incredible Cooper Flagg performance in a long line of outstanding ones.

Flagg showcases the top-ranked recruiting class in the nation for Duke basketball in 2024. The other four signees are five-star forward Kon Knueppel of Wisconsin Lutheran, five-star wing Isaiah Evans of North Meck (N.C.), and two teammates from Paul VI Catholic (Va.), five-star big man Patrick Ngongba II and four-star forward Darren Harris.

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