The 20 Most-Hated Duke Players of All Time

19. Erik Meek

Years Played: 1991-95
NCAA Accomplishments: Averaged 5.0 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 0.4 assists and helped Duke win one National Championship
NBA Career: Drafted by the Houston Rockets in the 1995 NBA Draft but never played a single game in the league

In a lot of ways, Meek was the quintessential Duke player. He was tall, goofy, and looked like he belonged on Wall Street running a hedge fund, not hoisting a National Championship trophy. And yet, there he was in 1992 playing alongside Christian Laettner & Co. and getting the chance to win a 'chip. He was hardly the most productive Duke player ever. But, if you search the Internet for "most hated Duke players," his name will show up more than a few times simply because of the way he used to look.

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