|Full Name:||Kevin Huerter|
|Place of Birth:||Albany, New York|
|Parents:||Tom and Erin Huerter|
Kevin Huerter Biography Details, Age, Net Worth, and Basketball Career
Kevin Huerter grew up in Clifton Park, New York to a basketball family. His father and brother both play(ed) their college ball at Siena College while his two sisters play high school ball at his alma mater Shenendehowa High School. Huerter led his school to their second state title and he set the New York high school scoring record in the process. He was named Mr. New York Basketball as a result.
After receiving over 20 offers out of high school, Huerter elected to play his college ball at Maryland. After just two seasons, Huerter declared for the 2018 NBA Draft. He was selected 19th overall by the Atlanta Hawks, where he still plays. Huerter is slated to be a restricted free agent in 2022.
Kevin Huerter Basketball Career
High School Career (Shenendehowa High School)
Kevin Huerter played his high school ball at Shenendehowa High School, located in Clifton Park, New York. Huerter led his school to a second state championship. As a 6-5 shooting guard, Huerter set the state scoring record his senior season and was named Mr. New York Basketball in the process.
College Career (Maryland)
Huerter received more than 20 scholarship offers coming out of high school. He elected to attend Maryland. As a freshman, Huerter averaged 9.3 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. Huerter then played for the United States in the 2017 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup following his freshman season.
As a sophomore, Huerter upped his average to 14.8 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.
After his sophomore season, Huerter decided to declare for the 2018 NBA Draft and forgo his final two years of eligibility. Huerter was selected with the 19th overall pick by the Atlanta Hawks. He officially signed with the Hawks on July 1st, 2018.
During his rookie season, Huerter scored a season-high 29 points against the Philadelphia 76ers during a January 11th victory. After his rookie season in 2018-2019, Huerter was voted to the All-Rookie Second Team.
Kevin Huerter Net Worth, Salary, Endorsements & Career Earnings
Kevin Huerter signed a contract with the Atlanta Hawks for $7.6 million guaranteed with a possibility to earn a total of $11.9 million after his fourth season. He is set to become a restricted free agent in 2022. A qualifying offer of $6 million is available for the 2022-2023 season.
Kevin Huerter signed a 3-year, $7.6 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks in 2018
Kevin Huerter Personal Life
Huerter was raised in Clifton Park, New York by parents Tom and Erin Huerter. He has three siblings, a brother named Thomas Jr. and two sisters named Meghan and Jillian. His father played basketball at Siena College, where his brother currently plays. His sisters also play high school basketball at Shenendehowa High School, where Kevin and his brother played.
His girlfriend's name is Elsa Shafer. They currently have no kids.
Awards & Achievements
Kevin Huerter Quotes
"I don't think there's one specific guy, but I think that for me, one of my strengths is shooting the ball. I think my game goes past that and a little bit further. So guys I try to look up to (are) Gordon Hayward, Klay Thompson, Bradley Beal -- just the way those guys can shoot the ball but also put the ball on the floor and make plays for others."
On Dwyane Wade: "You never hear him with off-court type of stuff. He brought championships to this city. He's been with the Heat for the majority of his career. He's been loyal to them. And as a guy coming up, a young guy, starting out with the Hawks, I hope I can continue a long career with them. The league's going to miss him, for sure."
“I’ve been so fortunate with the opportunity I’ve gotten, to kind of show what I’ve been able to do.”
Kevin Huerter Fun Facts
- Father and brother played college basketball at Siena College
- Sisters both play high school basketball at Shenendehowa High School
- Named Mr. New York Basketball
- Set New York High School scoring record
- Received over 20 scholarship offers out of high school
- Wears #3 in honor of his hero Dwayne Wade
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