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Peter Griffin

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Duke Blue Devils History of Excellence Meet the Players Like previously mentioned the Blue Devils have four National Nhampionships. The Blue Devils have also made it to 15 Final Fours. 11 players have been named National PLayers of the Year, while 71 total players have been drafted. Duke has also won the most Atlantic Coast Conference titles as they have won 18 & 9 of the last 12. Duke also is second only to UCLA for the most consecutive weeks in the AP top 25 polls with 200 consecutive weeks. The Blue Devils are owners of four national championships, their most recent coming this past season of 2010. Their Hall of Fame coach is the only to win three different championships in three decades (1991,1992,2001,2010).
2010 Champions The 2009-10 season brought great success for the Blue Devils as they won the National Championship. Led by seniors Jon Scheyer, Brian Zoubek and Lance Thomas, the Blue Devils were able to get to the school's first final four in six years and win their first championship since 2001.
The Blue Devils are seemingly back on track for a repeat as two of the Big 3 (Kyle Singler and Nolan Smith) are returning and the nations top point guard is coming next year. The Blue Devils are looking like they are in great position to repeat next year :D National Players of the Year

* Dick Groat (1952)
* Art Heyman (1963) AP, UPI, U.S. Basketball Writers
* Johnny Dawkins (1986) Naismith
* Danny Ferry (1989) Naismith, UPI, U.S. Basketball Writers
* Christian Laettner (1992) AP, Basketball Times, NABC, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden
* Elton Brand (1999) AP, NABC, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News
* Shane Battier (2001) AP, Basketball Times, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News
* Jason Williams (2001) NABC, and (2002) AP, Basketball Times, NABC, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News
* J. J. Redick (2005) Rupp, and (2006) AP, Basketball Times, NABC, Naismith, Rupp, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News

ACC Men's Basketball Player of the Year
* Art Heyman (1963)
* Jeff Mullins (1964)
* Steve Vacendak (1966)
* Mike Gminski (1979)
* Danny Ferry (1988, 1989)
* Christian Laettner (1992)
* Grant Hill (1994)
* Elton Brand (1999)
* Chris Carrawell (2000)
* Shane Battier (2001)
* J. J. Redick (2005, 2006)

ACC Rookies of the Year
* Jim Spanarkel (1976)
* Mike Gminski (1977)
* Gene Banks (1978)
* Chris Duhon (2001)
* Kyle Singler (2008)

National Defensive Player of the Year
* Billy King (1986)
* Tommy Amaker (1987)
* Grant Hill (1993)
* Steve Wojciechowski (1998)
* Shane Battier (1999, 2000, 2001)
* Shelden Williams (2005, 2006)

ACC Defensive Player of the Year (since 2005)
* Shelden Williams (2005, 2006)
* DeMarcus Nelson (2008)
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