Devontae Shuler

Mouth of Wilson, VA
6' 2"
165 lbs
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The transfer season has been in full force before the COVID-19 situation and really took off again after the college basketball season was abruptly cancelled.

Auburn leads the way with a top-three class nationally and the best that there is throughout the SEC.
Duquesne and Oregon lead the week that was on the commitment front after landing two of their prized recruits from the 2017 class.
Ole Miss lands a top-100 recruit coming in the form of Devontae Shuler, an explosive scoring guard out of the mighty Oak Hill Academy basketball program.
With the college basketball season close to a month away, the recruiting trail never slows down as the likes of Arizona, Oregon & Georgetown host some of their top recruits this weekend, all of which are enclosed in the latest On the Trail series.
UNC, UCLA, and Oregon lead the way as they host the best of the best from the 2017 class; other visits from across the nation entailed in this week's On the Trail.
Kentucky, Duke, Oklahoma, and Harvard are just a few of the programs set to host their top target from the 2017 class.

April was full of lessons learned and with the commencement of the travel basketball season, we asked the HoopSeen team as to which team impressed you the most in calling them the

The Nike and Under Armour circuits both ran their second sessions over the weekend in Indianapolis where the best talent from across the nation was on display.

The 2015 Nike Memorial Day Classic was loaded with talent. Our staff spent two full days here at Suwanee Sports Academy and watched as much as we could from the Nike EYBL 16 and under teams. We’ll break down the top performers from the event over the next couple of days. here’s our third round of studs.

The 2015 Nike Memorial Day Classic was loaded with talent.

SUWANEE, GA - The Nike Memorial Day Classic rolled on and the action intensified here at Suwanee Sports Academy.

The future of Southern basketball is in good hands. Why's that? Because of the talent in the 15 and under division of the Havoc on the Hardwood.