Devin George Durrant (born October 20, 1960 in Provo, Utah) is a retired American professional basketball player.
Devin Durrant was named a McDonald’s All-American in 1978 during his senior year of high school. He played at Brigham Young University where in 1984 he was named District 7 Player of the Year and a consensus All-American. He was also an Academic All-American twice. In 1984, Devin was chosen by the Indiana Pacers as the 25th pick in the NBA Draft. He played a season with the Pacers and part of a second season with the Phoenix Suns. He also played professionally in Spain and France. In a Deseret News poll in the year 2000, Devin was voted one of the top 10 college basketball players in Utah over the previous 100 years. In that same year, Sports Illustrated named him one of the 50 most influential sports figures in the history of the state of Utah. Since leaving professional basketball, Devin has worked with WordPerfect Corporation and owned his own property investment firm. He has served in his church in a variety of positions including counselor in a bishopric, bishop, counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor and stake mission president. Durrant and his wife, Julie, have six children and four grandchildren.
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