Hall enjoyed a breakout senior year to cap his time at Virginia, emerging as a pivotal perimeter player for one of the top teams in the country. A good showing at Portsmouth earned him an invitation to the combine, and teams view him as a potential role player due to his diverse skill set.
The Crossover’s Front Office breaks down Hall’s strengths, weaknesses, NBA comparison and more in its in-depth scouting report.
Devon Hall, G/F, Virginia | Senior
Height: 6’5” | Weight: 205 | DOB: 7/7/95 (22)
Stats: 11.7 PPG, 3.1 APG, 43.2% 3FG
• Comfortable playing on and off the ball. Showed he can facilitate offense. Good passer and consistent shooter who understands how to play with teammates.
• Competent defender who won’t back down.
• Intangibles are viewed as a positive. Competitive player who works hard away from the court.
• Not extremely long and is an average athlete. Has some defensive versatility but not the quickest.
• Has trouble getting into the paint and finishing. Scoring contributions mostly limited to jump shots.
• Advanced age suggests limited upside, and limited track record of statistical success prior to his senior year.
Comparison: Justin Holiday
Hall’s best-case scenario would be evolving into a standout within his role and a well-rounded perimeter rotation player.