G/F Andre Dawkins 6'5", 205-Junior
I will always have a soft spot in my heart for Andre Dawkins because he graduated high school a year early so he could help out Duke's guard situation after Elliott Williams transferred to Memphis.
Andre is tough guard who plays the typical top-notch Duke defense. He has a great shot and three-point range. If Coach K decides to go with a small-ball lineup, expect to see Dawkins spending a lot of time at small forward
F/C Mason Plumlee 6'10", 240-Junior
After briefly flirting with the NBA draft, Mason decided to come back for one more year. He not only looks forward to winning another title, but also to play with his two brothers, Miles and Marshal.
Mason is our most athletic big man and probably possesses the most potential. His elite athleticism has NBA scouts drooling; now he just has to improve his horrid FT% and pick up a go-to move in the post.
G Seth Curry 6'2", 180 Junior-Redshirt
A long time ago, he was known as Dell Curry's son. Then, he became Steph Curry's little brother. But the transfer from Liberty showed us last year that he is simply Seth Curry.
Seth is a wirey player who will dive for every loose ball. His three-point range is typical of his family's pedigree, and he has proven to be fearless (remember when he got in Derrick Williams' face?). Seth should get plenty of minutes this year, splitting his time between both guard positions.
F Ryan Kelly 6'11", 235-Junior
When his game is on, its on.
Ryan Kelly has a polished offensive game that extends to the three point line. He has gone entire games without missing a shot, but also had a few where he didn't make any.
Ryan added about 15 lbs. of muscle last offseason, and I expect similar results this season. Coach K loves to line him up opposite of one of the Plumlee's at power forward, so he should be our offensive leader in the post this year.