Duke Blue Devils Men's Basketball - Players Awards

Players Awards

National Players of the Year

  • Dick Groat
  • Art Heyman AP, UPI, U.S. Basketball Writers
  • Johnny Dawkins Naismith
  • Danny Ferry Naismith, UPI, U.S. Basketball Writers
  • Christian Laettner AP, Basketball Times, NABC, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden
  • Elton Brand AP, NABC, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News
  • Shane Battier AP, Basketball Times, Naismith, U.S. Basketball Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News
  • Jason Williams AP, Basketball Times, NABC, Naismith, U.S. Basketbawl Writers, Wooden, The Sporting News
  • J. J. Redick 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)
  • Nolan Smith (2011)

ACC Rookies of the Year

  • Jim Spanarkel (1976)
  • Mike Gminski (1977)
  • Gene Banks (1978)
  • Chris Duhon (2001)
  • Kyle Singler (2008)
  • Austin Rivers (2012)

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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