Player Spotlight: Gabe DeVoe

While there is a pool of information concerning matchups, game predictions, and numbers surrounding Clemson basketball, The Clemson Insider decided to take it a step further and dive into the dynamic individual personalities that make up this year’s basketball team.

In this week’s edition of “Player Spotlight,” guard Gabe DeVoe talks about his interests and characteristics off of the court.

What is your favorite color?


What food can you not live without?
“Lately it’s been frozen grapes.”

If you could only binge watch 1 show on Netflix for the rest of your life, what would it be?

“The Following.”

When I’m not playing basketball, I’m…

“Playing 2K or Madden.”

If you could choose a walk-out song, what would it be?

“Public Service Announcement by Jay Z.”

Do you have any hidden talents?

“I can blow bubbles and make them float, that’s about it,” DeVoe said, laughing.

What is your favorite store to shop in?

“Anywhere I can buy Jordan’s. Probably Nike.”

If you could meet a celebrity, who would you choose?

“J. Cole.”

Do you have a professional athlete that you look up to?


If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three things would you have and why?

“My phone, my PlayStation 4, and a laptop.”

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?


What has been your best memory at Clemson so far?

“Probably hitting the shot to send it to over time against Syracuse my sophomore year.”

What is something you are going to miss most about Clemson?

“Just being on the team and having 14 other brothers.”


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