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Three-star OL Ethan Hubbard details Duke commitment

Three-star OL Ethan Hubbard details Duke commitment

Due to the fact June 24th, the Duke Blue Devils have extra 13 commitments to their 2023 class. They now have 22 complete commits and a class that is at the moment ranked third in the ACC and 17th nationally.

Among the the recent wave of commitments is Hoover (Ala.) offensive deal with Ethan Hubbard, who knew he desired to be a Blue Devil for the duration of his official take a look at.

“On my formal visit, I got a very good experience for the route of the system that Mentor (Mike) Elko is constructing,” Hubbard reported of his determination. “It felt like household when I was there. He wishes to get. Me and my dad and mom preferred him a lot. He was genuinely down to earth.”

The 6-foot-7, 270-pound prospect camped with the Duke previously in June. That led to the Blue Devils extending an supply to Hubbard a handful of times later on on June 21st, his 1st electric power five give.

“Coaches have been great at camp,” Hubbard pointed out. “Mentor (Adam) Cushing and I ended up talking for a few weeks and requested me to occur to camp to perform with me. I preferred the way he confirmed me how to enhance and not inform me. He preferred my sizing and how athletic I am. I played a ton basketball expanding up and it allows me have rapid feet.”

Through the month of June, Hubbard also camped and picked up additional provides from South Florida and UCF.

On the other hand, Duke remained a major faculty through his recruiting process and having a a lot more in-depth glimpse at the college and what head mentor Mike Elko and his employees are making in the course of his formal stop by was a massive important in his decision.

“The campus was amazing. Football services ended up wonderful and Elko has plans to make them even far better. I acquired to cling out with a bunch of gamers and I got along very good with them.”

Hubbard joins a Duke offensive line course that also incorporates Caleb Dorris of Ensworth (Tenn.) and Reagan McCranie of Chase (N.C.).