The 6-foot, 170-pound senior point guard, who has transferred from Clements to Marshall (Texas), has committed to Texas A&M.
``I thought it was a great fit," Devezin said. "It's a great opportunity for me. Not just for basketball, but also for life."
``His upside is huge," Pastner said. "He works and studies so hard, that with good coaching, he has a chance to be a terrific player as a freshman."
Devezin is a guy who can get to the basket, but needs to work on improving his outside shot. However, he didn't really have much freedom this past summer and it showed. But the soft-spoken Devezin never complained.
``It was frustrating," he said. "I did whatever they asked me to do. I wish they would have given me a little more freedom."
``He's the type of kid whose never asked me for anything and he's played for me since the fifth grade," Pastner said. ``That's rare in this day and age."
``This is a great opportunity to go into the Big 12 and be the starting point guard as a freshman," added Pastner.