Duquesne Redshirt Guard Devin Carney Enters Transfer Portal
After one season with the Duquesne basketball program, former Butler standout Devin Carney has entered the transfer portal to look for a new home.
Carney, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound guard, did not play this season for Duquesne, as he redshirted.
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— Devin Carney (@devin24carney_) April 11, 2023
In high school, Carney started all four years at Butler, scoring 2,000+ points in a legendary prep career in Butler County. He averaged 26 points per game as a senior, shooting 55% from the field. As a sophomore, Carney played alongside Purdue Boilermaker Ethan Morton and led Butler to its first WPIAL Championship in more than 25 years at the time.
Prior to committing to Duquesne, Carney committed to Elon out of high school before Elon’s head coach moved on to another job. He took visits to George Mason, Rice, and Miami (OH) in high school as well. He now enters the portal with four years of eligibility remaining.