Williamson announced his decision on Instagram. He was named the ACC Player of the Year, AP Player of the Year, NABC Player of the Year, College Player of the Year by Sporting News.
In a hype video reminiscent of the one Barrett dropped, Zion explains how thankful he was to play for the Duke Blue Devils and how he's excited to move onto the National Basketball Association.
With Williamson officially heading to the pros, the conversation now turns to who will get the No. 1 overall pick.
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Williamson joins his teammates and fellow freshmen R.J.
With the qualifier of 22 points and eight rebounds per game as a freshman while being a first-round NBA Draft prospect, Williamson joins Beasley, Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant.
It's something that many fans, analysts, and even former Duke players have called for, but under the rules Duke sets for retiring numbers, Williamson passes all the criteria except staying for four years and graduating.
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