Bid now on this autographed photo signed by former Duke star Shelden Williams. Williams arrived at Duke with the nickname ‘The Landlord’ and lived up to the moniker by controlling the lane for four seasons as a Blue Devil. As a freshman, Williams averaged 8.2 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.6 blocks per game, while earning ACC All-Freshman honorable mention honors. In 2003-04, Williams’ numbers grew to 12.6 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3.0 blocks as he helped guide Duke to the 2004 Final Four. He also received several All-America and second team All-ACC accolades as a sophomore. As a junior, Williams became the first player on a Mike Krzyzewski team to average a double-double (15.5 points and 11.2 rebounds). He also registered a Duke record 122 blocks, while earning NABC National Defensive Player of the Year honors. Williams claimed NABC National Defensive Player of the Year honors for the second straight year and set Duke records for career blocked shots and rebounds as a senior. Williams, a consensus first team All-America in 2006, finished third in the league in scoring at 18.8 points per game and became the 11th player in ACC history (first Blue Devil) to lead the conference in rebounding (10.7) in back-to-back years. Williams blocked four shots on Jan. 18, 2006, against NC State to become Duke’s all-time blocked shots leader (moving past Mike Gminski). Williams grabbed 14 rebounds against George Washington on March 18, 2006, to pass Gminski as the leading rebounder in Duke history. Williams also became just the third Blue Devil to register a triple-double on Jan. 11, 2006, against Maryland when he finished with 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks against the Terrapins. Williams ranks first on the all-time rebounding (1,262) and blocked shots (422) list at Duke and ranks 15th in career points (1,928), first in offensive rebounds (447), first in blocked shots per game (3.04), sixth in field goal percentage (.572), sixth in free throws made (550), third in free throw attempts (796), 10th in rebound average (9.0), second in double-doubles (59) and third in dunks (146). Williams also became the first player in NCAA history to register 1,750 points, 1,250 rebounds, 400 blocks and 150 steals in a career.