CHICAGO — There are tough acts to follow — and then there’s replacing college basketball’s all-time leader in coaching victories. In your first head-coaching job at any level. Before turning 35. But Northbrook, Ill., native Jon Scheyer — who was announced Wednesday as Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski’s successor after Coach K is set to retire following the 2021-22 season — is no stranger to the spotlight. A basketball prodigy who received a scholarship offer in eighth grade from Marquette coach Tom Crean, Scheyer won a state championship at Glenbrook North, a national title at Duke and has been on K…
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