De'Andre Hunter

Jorge 30 Apr,2019


De'Andre Hunter is an American College Basketball Player who plays for the team Virginia Cavaliers of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Further, he plays as small forward for the team. Reportedly, he has declared for the 2019 NBA Draft, where he is projected to be a first-round selection. 

If the name doesn't ring the bell for you, have a look at detailed information regarding Hunter's Bio, Personal life, Earnings and many more.   

Is De'Andre is in a Relationship? Know About Him

According to the sources, his relationship tag is single. Further, he also never confirmed about his probable girlfriend/ wife. However, he might be in a secret relationship and waiting for a perfect to reveal it to the general public. 

Also, De'Andre hasn't dropped a single hint about his relationship status in any social platform. He's a very shy person and maybe he wants to keep his dating life private.

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Since De'Andre is in his college career so he has to be pretty much focused on his career to be drafted in the National Basketball League. Furthermore, this might be the reason that he is not interested in a relationship or love affairs. 

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It's over!

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De'Andre spends quality time with his family and friends. Further, he keeps uploading their picture in his social accounts. So this suggests, he has a supportive family as they regularly attend his game to cheer him up. 

De'Andres Height and Weight

De'Andres being an athlete has a very appealing physique. Further, talking about his body structure, His height is 6 feet 7 inches or 2.01 m and his weight is 225 pounds.

How Much Does De'Andres Hunter Earns? Know About His Net Worth And Assets

De'Andres is in his early career and hence there isn't any information about his income and salary in the media yet. Furthermore, he is projected to be drafted in the first round of the 2019 NBA draft. 

Taking reference to the 2018 NBA draft, the top college prospect, Deandre Ayton who was drafted in the first round by Phoenix Suns earned $8,864,040 as a basic salary. So with this reference, we believe Hunter will earn somewhere around Ayton's salary after he gets drafted in 2019. 

Furthermore, Hunter is yet to play at a higher level. So, he is yet to earn money as a professional Basketball player. Additionally, being specific, a college basketball player earns an average salary of  $41,479, ranging from $36,832 to $45,564. 

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Besides, the information about his net worth and asset is not in the media yet. Well for that, we need to wait for him to get drafted in 2019.

Know About De'Andres Early Life and Bio

De'Andres was born to parents Priscilla and Aaron Hunter Sr. on December 2, 1997 (age 21) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father passed away when he was 7 years old.

Further, he is an American by nationality and belongs to African ethnicity. However his zodiac sign in Sagittarius. Also, he has 3 siblings altogether, two sisters along with a brother named Aaron.

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Happy birthday Ice! I’m glad you learned how to dress a lil bit. Love you sis ??

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In Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, Hunter attended Friends ' Central School. He averaged 21.6 points as a junior, 11.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game while being named the Year's Pennsylvania Class AA Player.

Hunter averaged 23.5 points as a senior in 2016, 9.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists, and 2.5 blocks per game. Hunter was classified as a four-star recruit and ranked in the 2016 high school class as the 72nd overall recruit and 14th best small forward.

Know About De'Andres Professional Career

Hunter committed to Virginia on September 12, 2015, choosing UVA over other NC State & Notre Dame offers. Hunter scored double figures in 16 games during his redshirt freshman season, including 11 conference games. Hunter scored the final 3 pointers in a game against Louisville to win the game at the buzzer.

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If you wasn’t in the trenches wit me, you can’t rock wit me

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During the 2018 ACC tournament, Hunter broke his wrist and was unable to play in the 2018 NCAA tournament. Without Hunter, Virginia's number 1 seed went on to lose the number 16 seed, UMBC, in the first round.

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Hunter was named to the All-ACC All-Freshman team after this season, as well as being named the year's ACC Sixth Man.



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