9. Jabari Parker: 2014, Pick #2
The consensus National High School Player of the Year coming out of Chicago in 2013, Jabari Parker was part of Mike Krzyzewski’s early dalliances with one-and-done players. Parker became the fifth freshman in Duke history to score 20 points in his first game, and finished the year as a First-team All-ACC selection and the National Association of Basketball Coaches Rookie of the Year.
Milwaukee ended up taking Parker with the 2nd overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft (one pick ahead of Joel Embiid), and while they stayed patient through his two ACL injuries, they eventually let him walk via free agency after the 2017-2018 season.