As I continue to survey the landscape of high school basketball, I have come to realize there are so many talented players around the country; no one could know them all. This year (2020), has been extremely unusual for high school basketball. The summer months are extremely important for potential prospects who are looking for an opportunity to play at the next level.
This past weekend, I had an opportunity to see the Top 100 prospect. 2021 6’4” shooting guard Trey Alexander out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Trey played with Next Page Force. He made sure his skills were on display in “Who Wants The Smoke” event in Atlanta, Georgia.
Oklahoma is making a hard push for Mr Alexander, and you can see why. Trey can manufacture shots, can create off the dribble, and knock down shots in traffic. Trey brings a scorers mentality to the back court. He definitely showed that this past weekend by teaming up with one of the dynamic scorers on the high school level Deshaun Ruffin.
At 6’4, Trey handles the ball well in traffic and has good court awareness. I was most impressed with his ability to distribute passes in transition. Trey is long and athletic and he moves very well at his size. He has an above average basketball IQ, is a team player, and has an excellent feel for the game. This was my first time seeing Mr. Alexander play and I was extremely impressed. 24/7 sports has him ranked 33rd Nationally, and the #1 player in Oklahoma.
At this current moment Trey is being recruited by: Oklahoma, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Florida State, and SMU just to name a few.