Virginia senior Devon Hall is one of 12 players to be named to the 2018 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament All-Tournament team, the P.I.T. announced on Sunday. Hall led his team to a third-place finish in the tournament, behind his tournament-leading 60% three-point shooting.
The P.I.T. plays host to 64 college basketball senior in a four-day, 12-game tournament in front of representatives from every single NBA team, including scouts and GMs. In addition to Hall, Virginia’s Isaiah Wilkins was also invited to play in the tournament. Wilkins led the tournament in field goal percentage (.684 on 19 attempts) while playing on the championship team.
Here’s the full list of the 12 All-Tournament players:
While Hall isn’t currently projected to be a top NBA prospect, getting this type of exposure and performance in front of NBA scouts can only help his chances of improving his stock or landing on a summer team. Hall finished his three games of the tournament averaging 17.3 points per game (7th overall), 5.7 rebounds (26th), 3.3 assists (10th), and 1.7 steals (5th) on 35.3 minutes played per game (most overall). The cumulative stats can be found here (PDF).
As a player, Devon Hall has seen tremendous growth not just over the course of his career at Virginia, but especially between last season’s and this.
Hall finished his senior season named USBWA All-District 3, All-ACC Second Team, All-ACC Defensive Team, All-ACC Academic Team, and All-ACC Tournament First Team. He shot 45.4% from the field, including 43.2% from downtown.