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Cusealum05

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This is super interesting and super confusing. He can really play, he’s been on my radar for a while, I thought he signed with George Washington as part of their class last year, unless I’m just totally off.
 

MassaCusetts

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Dug around and found the article I remember him from, very confused on age / class, but ha can play.

I’m the same. I see him listed as 19….but candidly I’m a little confused how that’s possible!
 

Cusealum05

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And Robert Wright, the 2024 Philly point guard we offered a couple months ago and who’s been killin it in every tournament he plays. City Rocks won the GymRat tournament and Trey was MVP.
Unless Trey has explicitly told his dad / the staff he wants to do his own thing and not come here, we should have locked him in already. I don’t get it.
 

ThePearl

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Unless Trey has explicitly told his dad / the staff he wants to do his own thing and not come here, we should have locked him in already. I don’t get it.
I think some people question if he has the athleticism. He doesn’t have a typical basketball body and he’s not especially quick. But he’s a player. His City Rocks teammate Mulready seems similar. Taller than Trey, not quick or an overwhelming athlete, but he seems like a very good player. Both him and Trey are strong and can shoot, pass, and dribble. Neither is easily categorized as a typical point guard or a typical shooting guard, but they both just make plays. Mulready is a stat stuffer and a tough physical kid. There was some talk of possible Syracuse interest awhile ago but I haven’t seen anything in a long time. Him and Trey have been doing a lot of winning lately with the City Rocks.
 

Cusealum05

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I think some people question if he has the athleticism. He doesn’t have a typical basketball body and he’s not especially quick. But he’s a player. His City Rocks teammate Mulready seems similar. Taller than Trey, not quick or an overwhelming athlete, but he seems like a very good player. Both him and Trey are strong and can shoot, pass, and dribble. Neither is easily categorized as a typical point guard or a typical shooting guard, but they both just make plays. Mulready is a stat stuffer and a tough physical kid. There was some talk of possible Syracuse interest awhile ago but I haven’t seen anything in a long time. Him and Trey have been doing a lot of winning lately with the City Rocks.
I hear you, but I’ll gladly take “players” instead of athletes who need to be taught how to be basketball players. I’m not too familiar with Mulready but I’ll def look into him. But again give me players, I’ll gladly use a scholarship on Trey and I would use one on Gus as well.
 
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