Duke basketball Top-10 players of the 1990s No. 8: Roshown McLeod
- 3 seasons at Duke (1995-98)
- First Team All-ACC (1998)
Perhaps a name that many Duke fans haven’t recalled in quite some time cracks the list at No. 8 in Roshown McLeod.
McLeod spent three seasons at Duke although he could only be on the court for two of those years after transferring to the Blue Devils from St. John’s.
The New Jersey native spent two seasons with the Johnnies before coming to Durham but when he finally got on the court inside Cameron Indoor Stadium he was a force to be reckoned with.
McLeod averaged 13.6 points per game during his two seasons and went for 15.3 points and 5.6 rebounds per contest during his First Team All-ACC season in 1998.
The 6-foot-8 forward also helped navigate the Blue Devils to two ACC regular season titles before becoming the No. 20 overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks, where he had a brief professional basketball career.
Roshown McLeod played in 69 games for Duke, starting 57 of them.