|Date of Birth||30 October 1996|
|Age||26 Years Old|
Devin Booker Net Worth
Devin Booker aka Devin Armani Booker is an American basketball player. As of 2023, Devin Booker’s net worth is $30 million. He is a member of the NBA or the National Basketball Association’s Phoenix Sun. Former basketball player Melvin Booker is his father.
After one season of collegiate basketball with the Kentucky Wildcats, he was taken by the Phoenix Suns with the thirteenth overall choice in the first round of the 2015 NBA draft. On 24 March 2017, against the Boston Celtics, he became the youngest player to score over 60 points in a game. He finished with 70.
In March of 2019, at the age of 22, he became the youngest player in NBA history to score 50 points in consecutive games. He is a three-time NBA All-Star and contributed to the Suns’ 2021 NBA Finals appearance.
Devin Booker Wiki/Biography
Born on 30 October 1996, Devin Booker’s age is 26 Years Old as of 2023. He was born and raised in a well-settled Christian family in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the United States. He holds an American nationality and has a belief in Christian religion.
He completed his early schooling at the Grandville High School, Michigan, the United States. He then went to Moss Point High School, Mississippi. After that, he also enrolled himself at the University of Kentucky, the United States.
His father instilled in him the importance of having a high level of basketball IQ as well as natural athleticism. D’Angelo Russell and Tyler Ulis were two of Booker’s pals in middle school, and they would go on to play in the NBA.
|Full Name||Devin Armani Booker|
|Net Worth||$30 Million|
|Date of Birth||30 October 1996|
|Age||26 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States|
|Currently Live In||Grand Rapids|
|Years Active||2015 – Present|
|Ethnicity||Mexican, Puerto Rican, African and American Descent|
|Hometown||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
|School/High School||Grandville High School, Michigan, United States
Moss Point High School, Mississippi
|College/University||Kentucky University, United States|
Family, Girlfriend & Relationships
Devin Booker’s parents are Melvin Booker and Veronica Gutierrez. Devin Booker’s father’s name is Melvin Booker who is an American former professional basketball player by profession.
Devin Booker’s mother’s name is Veronica Gutierrez who is a cosmetologist by profession.
He also has two siblings. His half-brother’s name is Davon Wade.
His half-sister’s name is Mya Powell who is a suffers from microdeletion syndrome, was designated a worldwide ambassador to the Special Olympics in 2020 because he supported her by profession.
Devin Booker’s marital status is unmarried. From the year 2018 to the year 2019, he was reportedly dating Jordyn Woods who is an American socialite and model. There were early reports about Wood and his relationship in May 2018 when they were sighted on a double date with Kendall Jenner’s suspected boyfriend, Ben Simmons.
Later from the year 2020 to the year 2021, he was reported to be dating Kendall Jenner who is an American model social, media personality and socialist by profession.
|Father Name||Melvin Booker|
|Mother Name||Veronica Gutierrez|
|Brother Name||Davon Wade|
|Sister Name||Mya Powell|
|Girlfriend||Jordyn Woods (Ex)
Kendall Jenner (Ex)
Devin Booker is a good-looking smart and handsome man with a charming and dashing personality. He owns a strong and attractive physique with impressive body measurements and a normal body type.
He is about 6 feet 5 inches in height and his body weight is around 93 Kg. He has short and stylish black color hair and also has blistering dark brown color beautiful and mesmerizing eyes.
|Height (Approx)||in centimeters: 170 cm
in meters: 1.70 m
in feet inches: 5’ 6”
|Weight (Approx)||in kilograms: 93 kg
in pounds: 205 lbs
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
Devin Booker started his career as a basketball player in college. He moved to Mississippi after his freshman year of high school in Grandville, Michigan, where he played for the freshman, junior varsity, and varsity basketball teams.
After his father became an assistant coach at Moss Point High School, he started there in August 2011. In his team’s sixth game, he lost 52–32 against Gulfport High School (15). He hit a buzzer-beating jumper from just beyond half court to help Moss Point High School overcome Harrison Central and move to 4–6.
He scored 54 points against Northeast Jones in the Laurel MLK Shootout, nine shy of Litterial Green’s 1988 Moss Point record. His following game was against Murrah High School when he scored 32 points and nailed the game-winning three-pointer. His father told reporters that Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Florida, Alabama, Georgetown, Michigan, and Missouri were interested.
He scored 14 points in a 57–55 Division 7-5A tournament win against Gautier, with no field goals in the second half. Moss Point defeated Pascagoula High School 48–32 in the final game, holding him to 8 points, his season-low. The loss set up a first-round South State playoff showdown with defending state champion Wayne County High School. Wayne County’s defense restricted Booker to one free throw in the first quarter to terminate Moss Point’s season.
He averaged 22.8 points per game for the Sun Herald in South Mississippi. Second Sun Herald sophomore to win. Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgetown, Michigan, and South Alabama have offered him scholarships.
After his second year, he participated in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League, Elite 100 Camp, LeBron James King’s Academy Camp, and Kevin Durant Nike Skills Camp. Due to these engagements, he missed the May South Mississippi All-Star Basketball Showcase.
He became Moss Point’s point guard as a junior after most of its veterans left. Moss Point beat Ocean Springs High School 100–55 in early December, with him leading the way with a 40–39 third-quarter win. In the Melvin Booker Shootout, named for his father, he scored 30 points, including 7 three-pointers, against Laurel High School. He missed the third quarter against Harrison Central High School due to an injured MCL. He scored 9 points and grabbed 7 rebounds.
His moderate injury didn’t hinder Moss Point’s next game, a 52–48 loss to Davidson in the Jackie Laird Christmas Classic at Biloxi High School. He was added to the list of universities interested in him after scoring 49 points in an 80–65 Classic triumph. Moss Point beat Memphis’ Kirby High School and the Poplar Bluff High School that sponsored the Poplar Bluff Showdown but fell to Maplewood Richmond Heights and the host school. Many Missouri fans came to Moss Point to see him, who averaged 30.2 points in three games.
Moss Point High School lost 58–56 against the state’s top-ranked team, Gulfport High School, with him scoring 32 points. Moss Point High School won 51–40 to finish 3–3 in Division 7-5A. He scored 30 points despite having problems shooting with a wrist brace. Hattiesburg High School won Division 5-6A despite his 43 points.