An early entry candidate for the 2009 NBA Draft. Appeared in 10 games during the 2007-08 season before being granted a medical redshirt. Tore the ACL in his left knee.
Ranked 14th in career scoring (1,680), third in three-point goals (208), fifth in three-point attempts (550) and three-point percentage (.378), and ninth in free throw percentage (.795).
Recorded 20-plus points in a team-best 14 games. His 82 three-pointers marked the 10th-highest single-season total in school history. Dished out a season-high seven assists in win over Oakland. Tallied 20 points vs. Kansas. Recorded 22 points in 22 minutes in Big East opener vs. Seton Hall. Scored a season-high 27 points against Providence, including six three-pointers. Had four straight 20-plus point games -- vs. Louisville (20), Providence (27), West Virginia (22) and Villanova (21). Set a Big East Tourney record with 84 points in four games. Scored 21 points in NCAA Second Round win over Arizona State.
Opened the campaign with 19 points and six assists vs. Siena. Recorded double figures in all 10 games before suffering a knee injury at Virginia.
All-Big East Honorable Mention. NABC All-District Second-Team. Hit 54 threes, the third-best total by an SU sophomore. Netted at least one three in 26 of 35 appearances. Named MVP of the BCA Invitational after averaging 16.0 points in three games. Notched a team-high 23 points in loss to St. John’s at Madison Square Garden. Followed with a career-high nine boards at Louisville. Recorded 27 points, including five three-pointers, and five steals vs. DePaul. Recorded first career double-double with 11 points and 11 assists in win over Georgetown. Scored 33 points in a loss at Villanova. Poured in 34 points vs. South Alabama in NIT.
Big East All-Rookie Team. Averaged 14.1 points in conference play. His 50 three- pointers was the third-best total by an SU freshman. Netted a season-high 22 points against Notre Dame.
Strengths: Combo guard with excellent scoring instincts. Has deceptive quickness and very good range. Finds ways to get to the basket, where’s able to finish at a decent clip. Uses screens well.
Personal: Son of Curt and Cindy Devendorf. Transferred to Oak Hill Academy (Va.) for his senior season of high school, where he was a McDonald’s All-America selection.