Devin George Durrant (born October 20, 1960) is a retired American professional basketball player.
Born in Brigham City, Utah, Durrant was named a McDonald’s All-American in 1978 during his senior year of high school. He played at Brigham Young University and in 1984 he was named District 7 Player of the Year and a consensus All-American. He was also an Academic All-American twice. In 1984, Durrant was chosen by the Indiana Pacers as the 25th pick in the NBA Draft. He played a season with the Pacers and part of a second season with the Phoenix Suns. He also played professionally in Spain and France.
In a Deseret News poll in the year 2000, he was voted one of the top 10 college basketball players in the state of Utah over the previous 100 years. In 1999, Sports Illustrated listed him as one of the 50 greatest Utah sports figures.
After leaving professional basketball, Durrant worked as a marketing director with WordPerfect Corporation. He subsequently owned his own real estate investment firm.
At the church's April 2014 General Conference, while still serving as a mission president in Texas, Durrant was accepted by the membership as second counselor to Tad R. Callister in the general presidency of the church's Sunday School. Durrant completed his service in Texas and officially began the Sunday School assignment in July 2014. In May 2015, the LDS Church announced that John S. Tanner, who was serving as First Counselor in the Sunday School General Presidency, had been appointed as the next president of Brigham Young University-Hawaii. As a result, in June 2015 Durrant was called as first counselor, with Brian K. Ashton succeeding Durrant as second counselor.
Durrant's parents are George and Marilyn Durrant. Durrant and his wife, Julie, are the parents of six children.