If you had ventured last fall to tab the Duke basketball player most likely to be a first-round draft pick, chances are you wouldn't have chosen Jay Heaps, a 5'9", 155-pound, seldom-used point guard who earned a spot on the Blue Devils in '95 after catching the eye of men's assistant coach Quin Snyder while practicing with the Duke women's team. In December, though, Heaps, a senior, completed his degree work and became eligible for the draft—the MLS draft. In February he was taken in the first round by the Miami Fusion. � A midfielder-defender who scored 45 goals for the Blue Devils' soccer team (third alltime at Duke), Heaps saw only 10 minutes of action in four basketball games this season but worried that his departure would leave coach Mike Krzyzewski shorthanded in practice. Says Heaps, "Coach K said, 'If that's where your future is, it's what you've got to do.' " � Heaps had little trouble settling into the Fusion lineup; he scored on a spectacular diving header in the season opener against the New York/New Jersey MetroStars on March 20. Getting settled in his new South Florida pad in the middle of March Madness was a little trickier. "I had to get cable, and they told me they couldn't install it for a few weeks," he says. "I had to yell at the cable guy to get there quicker so I could see my guys play."