2013-14: Junior at Creighton • Debuted with 15 points, six rebounds and five assists in 16 minutes vs. Alcorn State (Nov. 8). • First CU player with a 15-6-5 line or better in a season-opener since Benoit Benjamin in 1984. • Had nine rebounds, five assists and four points vs. UMKC (Nov. 11). • Scored 16 points and added four rebounds, three assists and a game-saving steal in win at Saint Joseph’s (Nov. 16). • First Creighton player since 1995-96 (Edward St. Fleur) with 15 points or more in two of his first three games as a Bluejay. • Scored 23 points in 19 minutes in 88-60 win vs. Arizona State (Nov. 28), making 9-of-11 shots and 4-of-4 from three-point land. • Had nine points, five rebounds and five assists vs. San Diego State (Nov. 29). • Scored on three straight possessions as Creighton broke free from Marquette in second half of league opener (Dec. 31). • Had 11 points in season-best 27 minutes off the bench at Seton Hall (Jan. 4). • Scored 14 points in win vs. Xavier (Jan. 12). • Finished with nine points and five rebounds in win vs. Butler (Jan. 14). • Had 11 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists vs. Georgetown (Jan. 25). • Had 12 points in 12 minutes in win vs. #6 Villanova (Feb. 16). • Finished with eight points, six rebounds and three assists off the bench in win at Marquette (Feb. 19). • Recorded five assists without a turnover in 11 minutes during March 14 win vs. Xavier. • Dished four assists in 14 minutes of NCAA Tournament game vs. Baylor (March 23). • Was called by Greg McDermott “our most improved player, by far, since day one of practice” on Dec. 17th.
Iowa Western Community College • Junior college Third Team All-American at Iowa Western, which is located across the Missouri River from Omaha in Council Bluffs, Iowa. • Started all 35 games as a sophomore, leading the team in scoring (15.9), rebounding (6.6) and assists (5.6) per game. • Finished career as IWCC’s all-time assist leader (355) and fifth in scoring (1,028). • Named to the All-Tournament Team at the NJCAA National Tournament after a 29-point performance in the quarterfinals, an overtime loss to eventual national champ Northwest Florida State (and star guard Chris Jones, now at Louisville). • Helped the Reivers to a school-record 32 wins. • Was a two-time First Team All-Region XI honoree. • As a freshman, averaged 14.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game, with single-game highs of 25 points and 15 rebounds. • Became the first Iowa Western transfer to also play at Creighton since Cliff Bates (1997-99). • Was Creighton’s first signee after the school’s announcement of its intent to join the BIG EAST Conference. • Became Creighton’s first New Yorker since Buffalo native Dominic Bishop in 2005-06. • Ranked as the nation’s 58th-best junior college recruit by JucoRecruiting.com.
Miami Dade Junior College • Attended Miami Dade in 2010-11, but did not play after a coaching change.
St. Raymond’s High School • Averaged 15 points and nine rebounds per game. • Played for coach Oliver Antigua, who is currently an assistant coach at South Florida.
More About Devin Full Name: Devin C. Brooks Birthday: Aug. 27, 1992 Birthplace: Harlem, N.Y. Parents: Clinton Robathem and Lavonnie Brooks Major: Communications Nickname: Dev Favorite Pro Sports Team: Miami Heat Sports Hero: Michael Jordan If I Could Meet Anyone: Beyonce Favorite Ice Cream: Vanilla Favorite Class: Math Favorite Movie: Blade III Favorite Actor: Tom Cruise
Career Highs Points 23 vs. Arizona State 11/28/13 Field Goals 9 vs. Arizona State 11/28/13 Field Goal Attempts 13 at Saint Joseph’s 11/16/13 3-Point Field Goals 4 vs. Arizona State 11/28/13 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 4 vs. Arizona State 11/28/13 Free Throws 9 vs. Alcorn State 11/8/13 Free Throws Attempted 10 vs. Alcorn State 11/8/13 Rebounds 9 vs. UMKC 11/11/13 Assists 6 vs. Providence 3/8/14 Blocks 1 (2x), last vs. Marquette 12/31/13 Steals 4 at #4 Villanova 1/20/14 Minutes 27 (2x), last at Providence 1/18/14