As the Indiana versus Purdue rivalry ratchets up again this weekend, we take a closer look at the Boilermaker roster by analyzing the strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies of Purdue’s major contributors.
RJ Barrett is no man of international mystery. Barrett has been on scouting radars since he was 14, eventually culminating in him becoming the most highly-sought-after recruit in North America.
Welcome to the fourth and final of our four-part series analyzing Duke’s premier players as we lead up to the IU v. Duke showdown on Tuesday, November 27th. Each article will be divided into three sections: (I) general overview of the player and comparison to his IU one-on-one matchup, (II) the player’s signature strengths, and (III) potential game plan strategies to minimize the player’s impact. In the final edition of the series, we will focus on Duke wing Zion Williamson.
Cam Reddish is one of the best wings in the nation. Entering college as the #3 recruit, Reddish has lived up to expectations.
Tre Jones is not the best player on the Duke’s roster. He is not the best NBA prospect. But, he is one of the most important players on the team. Jones is often forgotten when discussing Duke’s elite freshman or cast aside as the “fourth guy,” but his impact on the team is invaluable.