Deandre Ayton(full name; Deandre Edoneille Ayton) is a professioal basketball player from Bahamas, who plays in the NBA games as a part of the Phoenix Suns. Ayton was able to receive the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year award in 2018, the same year when he was selected by the Phoenix Suns as the first overall pick in the NBA Draft in 2018.
Deandre Ayton Family/Parents
The 20 year old Ayton was born in Nassau, Bahamas as a child of Alvin and Andrea. His father Alvin is a Nigerian and the mother Andrea is of Jamaican descent holding the Bahamian citizenship. Deandre is one of the 5 children of Alvin and Andrea.
Deandre Ayton Affairs/Girlfriend/Spouse/Wife
The Bahamian basketball player Ayton is currently in a relationship with his girlfriend, Anissa Evans. His girlfriend also holds the Bahamian citizenship and the couple have known each other since their early college days.
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Name: Deandre Ayton
- Full Name: Deandre Edoneille Aytom
- Nickname: He doesn’t have an official nickname, but the commentators at his college had offered him a nickname, Zeus.
- Birthday: July 23, 1998
- Age: 20 years old
- Gender: Male
- Birthplace: Nassau, Bahamas
- Current Residence: Phoenix, Arizona
- High School: Balboa City School, San Diego, California and Hillcrest Prep Academy, Phoenix, Arizona
- College: University of Arizona (2017 to 2018)
- Profession: Basketball Player
- Nationality: Bahamian
- Ethnicity/Race: Black (Mixture of Nigerian and Jamaican descent)
- Religion: Unknown
- Zodiac: Leo
- Girlfriend: Anissa Evans
- Net Worth: $5 million
- Height: 7 ft. 1 in. (2.16 meters)
- Weight: 250 lb (113 kilogram)
Trivia and Facts, you may not know about Deandre Ayton
- Ayton was a part of the Arizona Wildcats for the Pac-12 Conference in 2017/18.
- The scouts from the All Bahamian Brand were impressed by his height of 6’5″ when he was 12.
- Deandre had to pay $100 to train for basketball, for which he was involved in part-time jobs.
- Ayton was in the “Ultimate 100” list as published by Scout for the top prospect in his high school in 2015.
- Three years ago, he had to choose between Arizona, Kansas and Kentucky as his school and he chose the Arizona Wildcats in September, 2016.
- Deandre also played for the Jordan Brand Classic in 2017.
- He was a part of McDonald’s All-American Boys Game in 2017.
- Ayton was awarded with the title of the Pac-12 Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year in 2018.
- He can jump over to 7 ft. 5 in. which has been reportedly claimed as his wingspan.
- The player’s vertical leap has been claimed to be around 43.5 inches.
- For more information about Deandre Ayton, you can contact him on Twitter and Instagram.
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