Dec 31, 2017 at 6:11 pm ET 1 min read. Duke freshman forward Jordan Tucker will transfer from Duke after a one-semester stay in Durham, the program announced Sunday. Tucker was a four-star ...
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Jordan Lewis Tucker (born April 3, 1998) is an American basketball player. He played college basketball for the Duke Blue Devils and the Butler Bulldogs. Listed at 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m) and 220 pounds (100 kg), he plays the small forward position.
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Tucker, a consensus top 100 prospect with a wide array of floor skills, committed just after Duke had lost multiple young players to the NBA, including Luke Kennard, Jayson Tatum, and Harry Giles.
Duke Basketball is reloading again as they’ve picked up a committment from Jordan Tucker, a 6’7″ shooting guard from Wheeler HS outside of Atlanta, GA. Tucker is considered one of the dealiest shooters from deep in 2017 and his offers have backed that standing.
Jordan Tucker is a 6’7″ 212 lb. Forward from White Plains, NY via Wheeler High School in Marietta, Georgia. He will wear #5 at Duke this year. He played for Archbishop Stepinac prior to moving to Georgia. He was rankedthe #8 Forward and #40 overall player for 2017 by ESPN. Rivals ranked him the #68 overall player.
Former Duke basketball player Jordan Tucker is forgoing his final year of eligibility and will enter the 2020 NBA Draft. The Class of 2017 recruiting class for the Duke basketball program certainly is a mixed bag.
Former Duke wing Jordan Tucker is transferring to Butler, he confirmed Monday afternoon. Tucker’s decision came down to Georgetown and Butler. “Everything about it really,” Tucker said when ...
Jordan Tucker had offers from the following schools: Duke, Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, Louisville, Maryland, Syracuse, Southern Cal, and Villanova. When it came down to decision time he was deciding between Duke, Indiana, Georgia Tech and Syracuse. With that being said expect him to look back into those teams.
Jordan Tucker is a self-described basketball junkie. Even though he tried football and could have done other sports as a child, he had no interest. By third grade, he was playing AAU.