Duke's 2010 class looks strong
Over the years, Kyrie Irving showed steady improvements on the court, but last season was when he elevated his game and became one of the nation's elite point guards. He was always a special player, but watching him last season playing in coach Kevin Boyle's successful St. Patrick's program, Irving put everything together. He does it all on and off the court. Irving, No. 6 overall in the ESPNU 100 and the second-ranked point guard, is obviously a top player, but he's also a good student and a high character person.[+] EnlargeAndrew Shurtleff for ESPN.comKyrie Irving is hoping to be the next great Duke point guard.
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