2006 – J.J. Redick (Duke)
J.J. Redick might have been one of the most lethal sharpshooters we’ve seen in the history of college basketball. The fact that he hasn’t really been a superstar in the NBA shouldn’t take away from how good he was at Duke University. The two-time first-team All-American didn’t win a National Championship at Duke, but broke records for his free-throw shooting accuracy and most three-point shots made. He is one of only 13 players in Duke University men’s basketball history to have his jersey retired. After being picked by the Orlando Magic in the 2006 NBA Draft, Redick has played for four different teams during his career. Most recently, he signed a one-year, $23 million contract in 2017, when joining the Philadelphia 76ers.