Shane Battier (2001)
A cerebral assassin for the Duke Blue Devils, Shane Battier was one of the most infamous players to play on the hardwood of Cameron Indoor Stadium. Battier led Duke to two Final Four appearances in 1999 and 2001; the Blue Devils would eventually win the National Championship following the latter appearance.
In 2001, Battier swept virtually every single award available to college basketball players, including the John Wooden R. Wooden Award (most outstanding college basketball player), AP College Player of the Year, Oscar Robertson Award (most outstanding college player), and a First-Team All-American status. But he’s most well-known, perhaps, for the infamous chant he inspired, shouted by the Cameron Crazies: “Who’s Your Daddy, Battier!”