Who are the ACC’s most efficient players?

When guard Grayson Allen announced in early April that he would return to Duke for his junior season, and not jump to the NBA, there was serious rejoicing in Durham. Allen, an All-ACC guard, led Duke in scoring during the 2015-16 season with 21.6 points per game; now he’d be able to team up with nation’s top incoming recruiting class, and several other impact veterans, like Amile Jefferson and Matt Jones.

Obviously Allen’s counting metrics were outstanding during his sophomore season. He played close 37 minutes per game, and posted a usage rating of 26.8 percent (No. 9 in the ACC), which means that when he was on the court, nearly 27 percent of Duke’s possessions ended with Allen shooting, drawing a foul or committing a turnover. If you play that many minutes and use that many possessions (even with Brandon Ingram getting his touches too), you’re going to put up big numbers.

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