On Dulkys: "Word out of Henderson Findlay prep was the Lithuanian shooting guard Deividas Dulkys was a special player. At the Reebok Summer Championships in Las Vegas it was discovered that the word out of Findlay was absolutely correct. A surprisingly bouncy athlete, Dulkys is put together well. He has the physical base of a high major shooting guard. Throw in a jumper with range, a quick release and an athletic burst to the basket and you have a very intriguing major college shooting guard prospect," said the editors of Rivals.com during his prep career...known as a pure shooter who has an incredible ability to come off screens or spot up o the perimeter and make jumps shots from well beyond the 3-point line...has gained the reputation as a natural leader...an explosive scorer as a shooting guard...ranked as a four star guard and the 67th best prep prospect in the nation by Scout.com entering his senior season...touted as the No. 11 ranked player nationally among prep school players...likened to Seminole Hall of Famer and 10-year NBA veteran Bob Sura by NBADraft.net...a starter and totaled 18 points, seven rebounds, four assists and one steal in the Under Armour Capital Classic in a game played at the Comcast Center at the University of Maryland following his senior season...helped the United States All-Stars to a 123-85 victory over the Capital All-Stars.
Findlay College Prep: Graduated from Findlay College Prep in 2008...averaged 11.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and shot .331 from 3-point range...shot .739 from the free throw line and nearly 43 percent from the field during his senior season in leading Findlay to a 32-1 record...led Findlay to 32 consecutive victories to begin the season before a loss in the National Prep School championship game to Hargrave Military Academy...the Pilots finished the season with a 32-1 record...Findlay was the No. 2 overall seed in the National Prep School tournament after completing its' regular season undefeated with a 30-0 record...advanced to the championship game of the National Prep School championship tournament with a victory over Notre Dame Prep - the defending national champion...scored in double figures 19 times in 32 games as a senior including a career-high 29-point performance against IMG Academy...a double-double of 21 points and a career-high 14 rebounds in the Pilots' victory over South Kent and 11 points and 12 rebounds in Findlay's victory over Eldon Academy...at least 20 points in four different games with a career-high 29 points against IMG, 22 against Rise Academy, 21 against Desert Pines and 21 against South Kent...led Findlay with 17 points in a victory over Beford (Ohio) in the `Flying to the Hoop' tournament during his senior season...among the team leaders in assists as a senior and averaged nearly 2.0 assists per game...ranked second on the team in steals with 57 and a 1.7 steals per game average as a senior...made his career-high of six 3-point field goals in scoring 29 points against IMG and averaged nearly two 3-point field goals made per game...averaged 15.0 points and 5.0 rebounds as a junior in 2007 in his first season in the program and his first year in the United States...Also played for the high successful Branch West All-Star AAU team.
Personal: Born March 21, 1988...Deividas is the son of Virginijus Dulkys and Rasa Dulkiene... left his home country of Lithuania in 2005 to attend high school in the United States in hopes of earning a scholarship to play basketball at a Division I institution...lived with his host family - John and Shea Haycock -- in Nevada while becoming a prep star in the U.S...enjoys traveling and listening to music...his favorite food is steak and his favorite athlete is Magic Johnson...plans to major in international business...selected Florida State over California, Oregon State and Connecticut.