Bid now on this autographed photo signed by former Duke freshman star Justise Winslow. Winslow, an All-Final Four team selection, led Duke to a 35-4 record and the program’s fifth NCAA National Championship in 2015. Winslow was the third-highest freshman scorer in the ACC in 2014-15, averaging 12.5 points per game on 48.6 percent shooting from the field. Winslow helped the Blue Devils earn their fifth national title, serving as a reliable scorer and rebounder throughout the team’s NCAA Tournament run. Over the six-game span, Winslow averaged 14.3 points and 9.3 rebounds per contest. He scored on an efficient 50.9 percent shooting from the field, while converting 8-of-14 (.571) three-point field goal attempts. Although in foul trouble during the National Championship game against Wisconsin, Winslow contributed 11 points and brought down nine rebounds in 32 minutes of action. Earlier in the tournament, Winslow scored 13 points, registered 12 rebounds and added five assists, four steals and three blocks to help Duke bypass San Diego State. Winslow became just the second player in Duke history to record a double-double and add five assists and at least three blocks and three steals in an NCAA Tournament game. In 31 of his 39 appearances in 2014-15, Winslow scored 10-or-more points, the second most double-digit scoring games by a freshman in the ACC, behind only Jahlil Okafor (35). Winslow’s 31 double-digit scoring games ranks tied for third on Duke’s freshman list, while his 492 total points tied with Jason Williams for eighth on the Duke rookie chart. Winslow also averaged 6.5 rebounds per game, second most by a freshman in the ACC. He became just the second player 6-6 or under for Coach K to average at least 6.0 rebounds per game. Winslow posted seven double-doubles during the 2014-15 season, including three-straight double-doubles in games against Virginia, Georgia Tech and Notre Dame. Winslow was recognized for his athletic prowess by being named to the All-ACC Freshman Team and the USBWA All-District III Team. Winslow was selected with the 10th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat.