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THE HISTORY: ALLTIME GREATEST BLUE DEVILS
Sarah Kwak
April 14, 2010
AMONG THE CREAM OF A STORIED PROGRAM, THESE PLAYERS ROSE TO THE TOP
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April 14, 2010

The History: Alltime Greatest Blue Devils

AMONG THE CREAM OF A STORIED PROGRAM, THESE PLAYERS ROSE TO THE TOP

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F 1998-99

After averaging 17.7 points and 9.8 rebounds per game, the 6' 8" Brand earned national player of the year honors as a sophomore before becoming the first overall pick in the '99 NBA draft.

JOHNNY DAWKINS

G 1983-86

As part of the class of '86 Dawkins ushered in the modern era of Duke basketball, establishing its reputation as one of the nation's elite programs. The future Stanford head coach set some scoring records that stood for 20 years, and others that have yet to fall.

DANNY FERRY

F 1986-89

The 6' 10" forward knew how to pour it on; he still holds the school record for most points in a game, when he dropped 58 on Miami in 1988.

DICK GROAT

G 1950-52

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