According to our friends over at the Hoosier Scoop, Tom Crean picked up his second commitment in the last 72 hours as Vincennes junior college guard Devan Dumes will use his two remaining years of eligibility in Bloomington.
Dumes played his freshman year at Eastern Michigan before playing this past season for former Louisville guard Everick Sullivan at Vincennes.
In 34 games for the Trailblazers, he averaged 16.9 points, 4 assists, 3.6 rebounds and shot 84 percent from the free throw line.
The 6-2, 180 lb guard is originally from Indianapolis, where he attended Decatur Central. According to his profile on Rivals.com, he was also considering Alabama, Arkansas, Ohio State, Colorado and UTEP.
Here is how Dumes described his game to Brian Snow of BuckeyeGrove.com:
“I’m a combo guard. I can score the ball well and I like to play defense. I am a very passionate defensive player. I am a passionate player all around. I feel like I shoot the three well, play off the pick and roll well, and I have always been someone who likes to take the big shot.”
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