Under coach Dusty May, FAU went 31-3 this season and won the Conference USA Tournament title. Now Vanterpool will be part of the program’s future. “My role would be a big athletic guard who can defend and make shots,” he said. “It will prepare me for the [pros] because they will develop me and make me into the best player I can be.” “He’s a very tough two-way player,” said Christ the King assistant CJ Sneed. “He does it all. He’s a knock-down shooter, can finish at the rim solid, is a rebounder and elite defender averaging 1 block and 2 steals. “He shows up for his team in big moments.” Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter Follow ZAGSBLOGHoops on Instagram And Like ZAGS on Facebook
Devin Vanterpool ‘23 of Christ the King. 6”4 Guard who competes on both ends of the floor. Plays with good pace and can play with or without the ball. Can be teams primary ball handler when tasked. pic.twitter.com/t4Zz7e0ELA— NYC BASKETBALL LIVE (@NYCBBALLLIVE) February 24, 2023
By ADAM ZAGORIA Class of 2023 Christ the King guard Devin Vanterpool is headed to Florida Atlantic, he told ZAGSBLOG. He visited FAU and St. Bonaventure, where his father, David Vanterpool, is in the Hall of Fame and was the team’s leading scorer his senior year in 1994-95. Villanova and Howard were also involved. “I’m committing to FAU and I chose them because it was the best fit for me,” the 6-foot-4, 183-pound guad said.