Tyus Jones, the No. 4 player in the ESPN 100, was impressed in his recent visit to Duke.
Here's what Jones and Okafor said about the trip.
"It was a good visit, and to get down there for a game was great," said Jones, the No. 4 player in the ESPN 100. "Duke played and beat Bowie State in an exhibition game. To see the atmosphere of a game and to see the players compete against someone else instead of each other in Midnight Madness was different."
The trio sat right behind the bench for the game.
"To see how Coach K interacts with his players was great," Jones said. "The players really respect him and listen to every word and take it to heart. Cameron was loud and rocking. The students stand the whole game."
Okafor, the No. 1 player in the ESPN 100, got to catch up with his friend and fellow Chicago native Jabari Parker.
"Jabari is a special talent, but when I attended a class with him, he gets treated like everyone else on campus," Okafor said. "Duke has so many special people on campus. It's a great academic school. It was very humbling. I love the whole atmosphere at Duke."
Okafor reiterated that his plan is to still attend the same college as Jones. They have visited Baylor, Kansas and Duke together and will make a decision at some point in the November early signing period.