Three-time All-ACC, 1968-70
Duke Most Valuable Player, 1969-70
Passed for ACC Record 6,116 Yards in Career
ACC Record 487 Pass Completions
Leo Hart stands as one of the most decorated football players in Duke History. The strong armed quarterback virtually re-wrote the Duke and ACC record books during his playing days with the Blue Devils.
A native of Kinston, N.C., Hart was Duke's starting signal-caller from 1968 through 1970 and remains one of only two Duke Players to earn All-ACC honors for three seasons. He was selected the team's most valuable player as a junior and as a senior.
Hart completed 487 of 872 passes for 6,116 yards, establishing new ACC records in all three categories. Even now, nearly 20 years later, Hart's marks retain their luster. He still ranks fourth in ACC history in attempts, completions and total offense and stands fifth in passing yardage.