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34. Shane Battier, Duke

Shane Battier was one of the most versatile players to have ever played college basketball. He was a tenacious defender and rebounder that could shut down the opposing team's best scorer. On the offensive end, he was a pure shooter that shot over 40 percent from 3 for his career at Duke. In his fourth and final year at Duke, Battier led the Blue Devils to their third national championship, averaging 22.5 points and 10.2 rebounds in the 2001 NCAA tournament and earning Final Four MOP honors after defeating Arizona in the national championship game. Battier graduated from Duke as one of the most decorated athletes Mike Krzyzewski ever coached. He also reached the national championship game in 1999, when Duke lost to Connecticut. -- Bruce Pearl