About Devon Hall
Devon Hall is a mature guard who grew into a terrific shooter, savvy passer, and all-around efficient two-way player over his five-year college career. A consensus top-100 prospect in the high school class of 2014 who reclassified to 2013, Hall was redshirted his first season at Virginia and played sparingly as a redshirt freshman. It wasn’t until the 2015-2016 season that Hall began to methodically carve out a role for Tony Bennett’s Cavaliers making steady improvements over his final three seasons with the program. Averaging 11.7 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game as a senior, Hall earned All-ACC Second Team honors providing valuable leadership as the Cavaliers spent much of the back half of the season as the nation’s top ranked team. Hall then had a stellar showing at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament for college seniors.
- Measured 6’6 in shoes with a solid 6’7.75 wingspan and strong 206-pound frame at the 2018 NBA Draft Combine. Has solid size for a shooting guard, but average length and explosiveness.
- Played a significant role for a Virginia team that started three talented guards. Shot the ball extremely well as a senior showing marked improvement as a spot up and off screen threat over his final three seasons at Virginia, but also made positive impact as a passer and secondary ball handler playing a low-mistake style in Tony Bennett’s Mover-Blocker offense.
- Focused defender who does a lot of little things taking charges and maximizing his tools playing with energy and toughness. Accustomed to grinding out long defensive possessions as the Cavaliers were one of the most frustrating teams in the country last season to score on. Allowed0.750 points per Isolation possession [56th percentile] holding his own in one of the best conferences in college basketball. Not the quickest defender, but stays at home defensively with a good feel for where to be and when to be there. Makes some hustle plays and chips in on the glass.