Tyus Jones' 5-Star PG Brother Tre Announces Commitment to Duke

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A large crowd gathered at Cedar Valley Church in Bloomington to hear the news, with a standing ovation after the big reveal.

The basketball programs at Duke and North Carolina have picked up point guards over the weekend.

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Tyus Jones helped lead Duke to a national title during his time in Durham, so you know his younger brother will be trying to keep the family tradition going by leading the Blue Devils to the top of the college basketball world once again. Jones, the No. 7 recruit in the nation according to Scout.com, will attempt to lead Apple Valley to its third Class 4A state title in four seasons this winter. During his sophomore season, he played with Duke freshman Gary Trent Jr.

"Tyus, always somebody I wanted to be like as long as I can remember", Tre Jones said during his announcement speech.

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Tre had, arguably, the most dominant summer of any guard on any circuit, posting 19.3 points, 8.3 assists and only 1.8 turnovers on the grueling Nike EYBL.

If that name seems familiar, yes, he's the younger brother of former Duke one-and-one point guard Tyus Jones, who is now a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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Jones' commitment is Duke's first from the Class of 2018.

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