BIOGRAPHY: Devendorf's roller-coaster career at Syracuse officially came to a close when he hired an agent in April, forfeiting his final
year of eligibility. But compared with the majority of players who leave school early, Devendorf's professional prospects
are murky. Aside from his off-court problems, the guard doesn't possess NBA-level athleticism and likely wouldn't stand out
as a shooter at the next level. He averaged 15.7 points during the 2008-09 campaign, bouncing back after tearing an ACL during
the previous season and leading the Orange to the Big East title game and the regional semifinals of the NCAA tournament.
But he hit only 39.0 percent of his 3-point attempts to rank 177th nationally in that category, and had about as many turnovers
(107) as assists (108). Aside from the problems with Devendorf's knee, there's also a major red flag with the player's character
after he was briefly suspended in December for allegedly striking a female student at Syracuse. Some teams are reportedly
not even looking at Devendorf, and it's likely he'll go undrafted and will play in Europe - a possibility even he acknowledged
when speaking to Syracuse-area media outlets.