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San Antonio Spurs | #24 | Guard-Forward

Devin

Vassell

PPG

12.3

RPG

4.3

APG

1.9

PIE

8.7

HEIGHT

6'5" (1.96m)

WEIGHT

200lb (91kg)

COUNTRY

USA

LAST ATTENDED

Florida State

AGE

22 years

BIRTHDATE

August 23, 2000

DRAFT

2020 R1 Pick 11

EXPERIENCE

2 Years

6'5" | 200lb | 22 years

DRAFT

2020 R1 Pick 11

BIRTHDATE

August 23, 2000

COUNTRY

USA

LAST ATTENDED

Florida State

EXPERIENCE

2 Years

Player Bio

Vassell was born Aug. 23, 2000 and grew up in Suwanee, Georgia. He is the son of Cynthia and Andrew Cassell. His father, Andrew, played college ball at Stony Brook. Vassell has an older brother and an older sister. He began playing basketball at age six, playing on a 7-8-year-old team. The shooting guard attended Peachtree Ridge High School, where after his senior season he was named regional Player of the Year by the Gwinnett Daily Post. For college, Vassell attended Florida State and majored in Sport Management. With the Seminoles, he was voted Second-team All-ACC in 2020 after his sophomore season. He then declared himself eligible for the 2020 NBA Draft. Fans can follow the high scoring wing on Twitter @Yvngdevo and on Instagram @Devin_Vassell. Vassell made significant strides in his game between his freshman and sophomore seasons at Florida State, propelling him to the first round of the 2020 NBA Draft. As a freshman, the 6-6 wing was a role player, averaging 4.5 points in 10.7 minutes across 33 contests. Everything ramped up in 2019-20, however, as Vassell became a full-time starter and increased his playing time to 28.8 MPG. He used that opportunity to produce 12.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.4 steals. Vassell's best showing of the year came in a Jan. 18 contest against the Hurricanes, where he put up 23 points, 11 rebounds and five assists. Three games later against Virginia Tech, he put up a collegiate career high with 27 points on 8-of-10 shooting. While the stats weren't necessarily eye-popping, Vassell's stock continued to rise due to his efficiency. He finished sixth in the ACC in PER, and was first in the conference in turnover percentage. The Seminoles finished that season with a 26-5 record and were in line for a No. 2 seed in the NCAAA tournament, though it was ultimately canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.