Duke's first admittance of a junior college transfer under Mike Krzyzewski's leadership will not take place.
Reports surfaced early Monday morning that College of Southern Idaho star Carrick Felix has not been admitted into Duke University. Sources have since confirmed this information with Devils Illustrated, stating that Felix has now reopened his recruitment.
Prior to his commitment to Duke, Felix held offers from Arizona State, Idaho, Kent State and South Florida. With the absence of Felix, Duke's current 2010 class consists of Kyrie Irving, Joshua Hairston ad Tyler Thornton.
The scholarship previously held for Felix is now expected to be used for the 2011 haul.
Duke currently has commitments from four-star forward Michael Gbinije and four-star center Tyler Adams. The Devils have been considered a favorite for Austin Rivers, and have focused heavy attention on adding the likes of Amir Williams, Anthony Davis or Quincy Miller.
The open scholarship potentially means a five man class in 2011.