Frank Jackson, a top-10 recruit in the Class of 2016, committed to Duke on Tuesday night, announcing his decision from Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah.
Duke is in the midst of a monster recruiting class. It began on July 12 when elite wing Jayson Tatum, rated No. 3 overall by Rivals, committed to Duke. The 6-foot-4 Jackson follows Tatum to Durham, picking the Blue Devils over BYU, Stanford and Utah.
The Blue Devils aren’t done here. They are also in contention for Harry Giles, the No. 2 overall play in the Class of 2016. The 6-foot-10 Giles is a North Carolina native and close friend of Tatum. Duke is also on the final list of schools for five-star big men, Marques Bolden and Wenyen Gabriel.
Jackson’s commitment adds to an already loaded perimeter attack for Coach K in 2016-17. Duke’s back court of Grayson Allen, Matt Jones, Luke Kennard and Derryck Thornton could all return. Jackson will likely see time on and off the ball, as Thornton isn’t expected to turn pro after his freshman season.
Playing for the Utah Prospects in the adidas Gauntlet series, Jackson averaged 24.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game, shooting 54 percent from the field. His summer ended with an MVP performance at the Under Armour Elite 24.