Duke coach Jon Scheyer has signed a six-year extension holding him at his alma mater by means of the 2028-29 season, CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander confirms. As Duke is a personal establishment, the financials of the contract weren’t reported. Scheyer is internet hosting a number of high-profile recruits this weekend, in line with Norlander, together with 2024’s No. 1 prospect, Cooper Flagg.
Scheyer opens his second season (vs. Dartmouth on Nov. 6) after taking on for longtime coach Mike Krzyzewski. In his debut, Scheyer turned the primary individual to win the ACC Event as a coach and participant when the Blue Devils topped Virginia within the championship sport. The conclusion of Duke’s 27-9 effort was an abrupt second-round exit vs. Tennessee within the NCAA Event. Nonetheless, Scheyer’s first full recruiting class completed at No. 2, trailing solely Kentucky, in line with 247Sports.
As a participant, Scheyer was a celebrated member of Duke’s 2010 nationwide championship group. Following a short skilled stint abroad, he returned to Duke as an assistant below Krzyzewski. He was promoted to affiliate head coach in 2018 earlier than turning into Coach Okay’s successor in 2022.