Ranking all 25 Duke basketball players in the NBA this season

Duke basketball legend Zion Williamson (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images)
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Former Duke basketball one-and-done Cam Reddish, now with the Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /

Pick Analysis. Forward. 16. player. 125. Scouting Report. Rookie. Cam Reddish

  • Games played this season: 48
  • Games started this season: 31
  • Minutes per game: 26.0
  • Points per game: 9.3
  • Rebounds per game: 3.7
  • Assists per game: 1.5
  • Blocks per game: 0.5
  • Steals per game: 1.0
  • FG percentage: 35.3
  • 3-point percentage: 31.6
  • FT percentage: 78.8

One look at his shooting percentages is enough to know Cam Reddish is anything but efficient. That said, scoring isn’t his only contribution. His playing time — largely a result of his rare length and impressive instincts on defense — indicate the 6-foot-8, 210-pound 20-year-old is one of the core building blocks for the Hawks, who sit at No. 14 in the Eastern Conference with a 15-41 record.

The Pennsylvania native, who was the 10th overall pick last year, has every opportunity and plenty of time to develop. And though Reddish hit a memorable game-winner at Florida State to go along with some other nice moments as a Blue Devil, if he does indeed reach star status in the NBA, then the sight might be a bit bittersweet for some Duke basketball fans.