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Cooper Flagg, nation's No. 1 prospect, plans three official visits

The Montverde Academy (Florida) basketball star will visit Duke, Kansas and Uconn

Cooper Flagg, the nation's top-ranked high school boys basketball prospect, has planned his first three official visits. Flagg announced in early August that he was reclassifying to the class of 2024.

247Sports' Travis Branham reported on Wednesday that the Montverde Academy (Florida) star is planning to visit Duke, Kansas and Uconn. officially visit Duke, Kansas and UConn "in the fall", according to Flagg's mother. Flagg has not announced specific dates for his visits.

The 6-foot-9, 185-pound small forward is ranked as the nation's No. 1 overall prospect across all major recruiting services and has already taken an unofficial visit to Duke earlier this month. He reunited with former Montverde Academy teammate Sean Stewart during his visit. 

Cooper Flagg with Sean Stewart during unofficial visit

Sean Stewart (left) with Cooper Flagg (right) on Flagg's unofficial visit to Duke 

Flagg also holds offers from Michigan, UCLA, Maine, Texas, UCF and many other Division 1 programs. 

Flagg has stayed in the national spotlight this summer as he continued to dominate some of the top AAU events across the country. 

The Maine native showed out at the Nike Peach Jam back in July, putting up some of the most memorable performances in the history of the event.

Flagg also claimed MVP honors at the exclusive National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp in Orlando, Florida, over the July 4 weekend.

He averaged 22 points, 9 rebounds, 2 blocks and 1 steal at the camp to help lead his team to the championship game. 

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