WATCH: Duke Commit Darren Harris Dominates in HS Nationals

Future Duke star put on a show in high school nationals.
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Duke already easily has the best recruiting class in the country. Headlined by Cooper Flagg, further bolstered by Khaman Maluach, the Blue Devils have put together a formidable group that will have all the eyes on them next season.

Even the lower-ranked Duke commits are dominating the field. Darren Harris, currently ranked 37th in ESPN's Top 100 player rankings, put on a show in the quarterfinals of High School nationals.

In Paul VI's win over IMG at Chipotle Nationals, Harris dropped 36 points on 5-for-9 shooting from three, seven rebounds, and three assists.

Draft expert Jonathan Givony was among many who were left impressed with Harris' "impressive display of dynamic shot-making". Take a look for yourself:

Duke Commit Darren Harris Put On A Show in HS Nationals

Harris is a 6-foot-5 shooting guard who is a four-star recruit. A Virginia native, Harris had offers from Georgetown and George Mason but committed to Duke.

The sharpshooter is joining the long list of impressive recruits that also includes fellow four-star shooting guard prospect Kon Knueppel, Paul VI teammate center Pat Ngongba, and five-star recruit small forward Isaiah Evans.

Regardless of who stays for another year and whether anyone joins through the transfer portal, Duke will be one of the most stacked teams in the country.

Jon Scheyer has already proven himself to be an excellent recruiter. Now, he is going to have to prove himself as someone who can lead his teams to national championships. He will certainly have the talent available to do so next year.

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