No. 10 – Matt Jones (2013-17)
Jones was a 2015 National Champion who was named to the South Region All-Tournament Team after tallying 16 points and going 4-7 from from three in the Elite Eight. That same year he averaged double-figures in scoring. The following year as a senior, he was called upon to be a defensive stopper and he doubled his average steals per game. He always seemed to get a bucket when Duke needed one and finished his career shooting 37% from beyond the arc.
No. 9 – Amile Jefferson (2013-17)
Another member of the 2015 National Championship team (although he was forced to take a medical redshirt), Amile was an “old soul” who was that player that was not afraid to do the dirty work that any successful team must have. He holds the Duke record for games played at 150 and nearly averaged a double-double his senior year with averages of 10.9 PPG and 8.4 RPG.
No. 8 – Andre Dawkins (2010-14)
Nobody would have blamed Andre if he had walked away from Durham after the tragic death of his sister in an automobile accident during his freshman year. She and her mother were on their way to see him play against St. John’s when the accident occurred. His strength and perseverance to return to the team and play out the remainder of the season and his career are enough to get him on this list but his sharp shooting adds to the argument. In his career he made 231 three-pointers, hitting 40% from deep.