Top 10 potential Duke basketball one-and-dones before one-and-done era

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Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Guard. player. Freshman, 2002-03. JJ Redick. 2. 434

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is arguably the best shooter in the history of Duke basketball, and he was pretty good his freshman year. JJ Redick finished his rookie campaign with All-ACC Freshmen Team, All-ACC Tournament Second Team, and All-ACC Third Team honors. Duke ended the year 26-7 (11-5, third in the ACC), falling to Kansas (again) in the Sweet 16.

The sharpshooter started 30 of 33 games and finished first in free throw percentage (91.9) and second on the team in minutes per game (30.7), 3-point percentage (39.9), points per game (15.0), and assists per game (2.0). With 95 3-point field goals made, Redick was first in the conference (while his 39.9 percentage from 3-point range was good for second place), and his 91.9 free throw percentage also led the ACC.