The junior forward was the sixth man on Duke’s 1991 National Championship team. During that six-game title run, Brian Davis averaged over nine points per game and grabbed 4.6 rebounds per game.
While Davis started more games (11 of 39) than anyone on this list, he only scored in double figures three times in his starts. He scored in double figures eight times in games he did not start and averaged 7.6 points per game, 4.1 rebounds per game, and 1.6 assists per game in 23.1 minutes per game on the season.
Dave Henderson started just two games during his sophomore and junior seasons. However, the 6-foot-5, 195-pound forward averaged 13.5 points per game (1983-84) and 11.3 points per game (1984-85) and scored in double figures 43 times over those two seasons as a reserve. He shot 49 percent from the field between 1983 and 1985 while averaging over three rebounds and two assists per game.
At the conclusion of his senior season, where he started every game for a Blue Devil squad that lost in the National Championship game, Henderson was drafted No. 58 overall by the Washington Bullets.
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