Former Duke forward is headed to another Final Four contender Streeter Lecka/Getty Images
DURHAM, NC - DECEMBER 19: Darreon Reddick #14 of the Tennessee State Tigers drives to the basket against teammates Jayson Tatum #0 and Chase Jeter #2 of the Duke Blue Devils during their game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on December 19, 2016 in Durham, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Duke has lost a few guys to transfer this offseason and one of them was forward Chase Jeter. The seldom-used forward figured he wouldn’t be getting much more playing time in the future so he transferred out in hopes of finding the minutes. It looks like he’s settled on a spot:

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Jeter will have to sit out a year per NCAA transfer rules, but should have two more years of eligibility remaining. He averaged 2.1 points and 2.2 rebounds over 48 games while playing 10.3 minutes a game in his Duke career. The 6’10”, 240-pound forward will likely hit eligibility at just the right time as some guys will be graduating and there will likely be a couple guys going pro after this coming season as well.

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