Duke is adding three more McDonald’s All-Americans in its 2022 recruiting class.

That news was made official earlier this week as the rosters were announced. Duke signees Dereck Lively, Dariq Whitehead and Mark Mitchell all made the cut.

Here’s the full roster:

For the second year in a row, North Carolina did not sign a McDonald’s All-American. That means the Blue Devils have extended their all-time lead over the Tar Heels — and every other program.

Duke now has 88 McDonald’s All-Americans in its history. Here’s the updated standings, courtesy of Duke’s official Twitter account:

Duke likely would have had a fourth McDonald’s All-American in this class, but Kyle Filipowski was not eligible because he is in his fifth year of high school.

Duke has the consensus No. 1 class in the country this cycle. Led by coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer, the Blue Devils class ranks No. 1 nationally according to 247Sports Composite rankings. Duke has as many 5-star commitments (4) as the No. 2 and No. 3-ranked classes combined.