Duke basketball: Ranking the Top-10 players from the 1990’s

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Pick Analysis. 1994-99. Trajan Langdon. 7. player. Scouting Report. Guard. 434

Duke basketball Top-10 players of the 1990s No. 7: Trajan Langdon

  • 4 seasons at Duke (1994-99)
  • Consensus Second Team All-American (1999)
  • Three-time First Team All-ACC (1997–1999)

Trajan Langdon, the current general manager of the New Orleans Pelicans, checks in at No. 7 in the countdown after his remarkable career in Durham.

Langdon averaged at least 11.3 points per game in each of his four seasons with the Blue Devils and saw action in 136 games during his career, making 129 starts.

The brightest season for the California native came during his senior season, in which he was named a consensus Second Team All-American when he posted 17.3 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists, and 1.4 steals per game.

Langdon was also named to the First Team All-ACC three times in his Duke career.

The first two seasons that Trajan Langdon spent in Durham were the lean years of the Blue Devils dynasty during the decade but he helped get the program back on track with two straight ACC regular season titles during his junior and senior seasons.

Langdon was the No. 11 overall pick in the 1999 NBA Draft and spent three seasons in the NBA before continuing his professional career overseas as a two-time EuroLeague Champion.