Despite coming up just short in its quest to reach this year's Final Four, the Duke Blue Devils produced another successful 30-win season while appearing in its 19th Elite Eight in school history.
More than that though, with the 2012-13 season in the books for Duke, so are the college careers of three of its best and most important players from this year's team—Seth Curry, Ryan Kelly and Mason Plumlee.
Looking ahead to next season, the question that will be asked the most is how will Mike Krzyzewski replace three senior leaders and more than half of the Blue Devils total scoring?
The answer is simple.
A stellar three-man recruiting class, a terrific incoming transfer and one familiar face.
Additionally, next year's Duke basketball team is shaping up to be one of the most talented and deepest squads that hasn't been seen in Durham for the past 10 seasons.
With a lot to look forward to next season, here is the projected rotation for the Duke Blue Devils.