Davon and Devin Hill Added to Men's Basketball Roster
FREDERICK, Md.--Hood College head men's basketball coach Tom Dickman announced the addition of twin brothers Davon and Devin Hill to the 2012-13 Blazer men's basketball roster.
Davon (pictured right, above) is a 5-11, 160-lb. guard and Devin (pictured right, below) is a 5-9, 175-lb. guard who hail from Clinton, Md. The Hill brothers attended Paul IV Catholic High School for three years before finishing their scholastic careers at The Potomac School in 2012. The tandem led the Panthers to their first-ever Mid-Atlantic Conference championship this past year over St. James by a final of 62-60. Potomac went on to finish with a 20-11 record and advanced to the second round of the Virginia state tournament.
Davon averaged 15.0 points, 5.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game and was named to the MAC and the Sun Gazette's all-star teams.
A two-sport athlete who also lettered in football at Potomac, Devin tallied 10.0 points, 6.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game and was an all-conference selection in both football and basketball his senior year.
"We are very pleased that Devin and Davon have decided to attend Hood," said Dickman. "They have played in a very successful high school program at Potomac under veteran coach Levi Franklin. Devin is a very intelligent player who can play both guard positions. Davon is coming off ACL surgery but, once he rehabs from surgery, he has the potential to be an impact player."
The Blazers finished the 2011-12 campaign with a record of 16-11, which included a trip to the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals in Hood's final year in the league. Hood will compete in the Middle Atlantic Conferences in 2012-13.