Chandler Deveaux goes up for a layup against Hillcrest.
UPDATE, 2-14: The Bulldogs played Wilmer-Hutchins Thursday night.
One of the outstanding students at North Dallas High School is senior Chandler Deveaux.
Chandler played defensive back and wide receiver on the Bulldogs football team, plays guard on the basketball team, and runs on the track team.
North Dallas closed out the basketball regular season at Wilmer-Hutchins Thursday night in a District 12-4A game.
The Bulldogs recognized the five seniors on the basketball team last Friday in the win over Roosevelt. Chandler is the one senior who has played all four years in the North Dallas basketball program.
Chandler took a few minutes to answer some questions about himself:
College you are planning to attend: undecided
Major you are considering in college: sports management to be a sport agent
Middle school attended: T.J. Rusk Middle School
Sports activities: football, basketball, and track and field
School activities: Man up program
My hobbies are: videos games, training on my skills for sports.
I’m most proud of: my mom and dad because they work so hard to be a successful person.
My favorite class is: Human Resources
The two people I’d most like to meet are: wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and shooting guard Kyrie Irving
My favorite restaurant is: IHOP
My favorite movie is: “Coach Carter”
My favorite musical artist is: nba YoungBoy
My favorite professional team is: Dallas Cowboys.
My favorite pro athlete is: Tyreek Hill of the Kansas City Chiefs
I wish I knew how to: speak Japanese
If I could travel anywhere, I would go to: Florida because I always wanted to go there since I was little.
The best advice I ever received was: “Never to stop doing what I love to do and follow my dreams.”
One thing people don’t know about me is: I am very hard-working person.
What do you enjoy most about North Dallas HS: The coaches because they taught life lessons in my life.
Which one is your favorite sport: football or basketball — and why?
I really love both sports but I would have to pick basketball because that the sport I been playing ever since I was 4 years old.
How is your basketball season going so far? It going great for me, and the team is getting better by the day.
Which game was your best game?
My best game was against Bryan Adams my junior year when I scored 25 points.
The team has played some tough opponents this season. What do you learn from those games?
It shows the weakness that we have, and what to work on together as a team.
What will you remember most about playing basketball at ND?
That I was a hard working and dedicated player.
What is your favorite basketball moment?
My favorite moment in basketball was when me and the team played against Hillcrest and Roosevelt this season.
What is your favorite football moment?
My favorite football moment was when I had the reverse touchdown against Thomas Jefferson this season.
The 2019-2020 Bulldogs include (front, from left) Trevion Smith, Chandler Deveaux, Quincy Goldsmith, Larry Dorn and Joseph Oluwayemi; (back, from left), Kavontae Harris, Leonard Confer, Endy Jimenez, Wesley Waffer, Christopher Shay and Reggie Price.
The Bulldogs’ starting five in 2018-19 against Carter included Semaj Washington (from left), Larry Dorn, Chandler Deveaux, Jah’Ques Shelvy and Matthew Baker.
Chandler Deveaux in February 2019
North Dallas’ junior varsity squad: (Front, from left) Zachary Handslip, Jalen Green and Quaydrian Frazier; (back, from left) Devonte Benton, Antwan Gray, Cinqué Lampkin, and Chandler Deveaux.
The 2016-17 freshman team includes (front row, from left) Dionnata Adams, Benny Funtain, Nate Chambers, Chandler Deveaux, Jaylan Green; (back row) Coach Bryon Boyd, Terrell Carter, Cinque Lampkin, Sedrick Bryan and Travis Wilson.
Chandler Deveaux goes up to make an 11-yard touchdown catch against Carrollton Ranchview.
Chandler Deveaux (9) went to the right then he reversed field.
Chandler Deveaux scores in the season opener against TJ.
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