Duke basketball all-time scoring list: No. 4
- 4 seasons at Duke
- Career Points: 2,392
- Points Per Game: 16.2
The list jumps back into recent players that some fans are more familiar with in National Champion Kyle Singler.
Singler was a major force in Duke’s 2010 championship, being named as the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player, and was an impact player for the Blue Devils from the moment he stepped foot on campus.
The career of the 6-foot-8 forward began as the ACC Rookie of the Year in 2008 when he averaged 13.3 points per game in addition to a spot on the Third Team All-ACC.
Following his sophomore season Singler earned a spot on the Second Team All-ACC and was a First Team selection after his junior and senior seasons.
The Oregon native was also a Second Team All-American following his senior campaign and ended his career with 2,392 points.