Trey Moss, the 6-foot-3, 175-pound three-star point guard from Windermere High School located in Lake Butler, Florida, is one of the most underrated recruits in the entire 2021 class.
The junior currently has six Division 1 scholarships, including the likes of Power 5 conference school Texas A&M, as well as Santa Clara, and the University of Southern Florida.
Trey’s game is extremely unique compared to most point guards. During our interview, I asked Trey how he would describe his game and his reply was “my playstyle on the court is to do whatever it takes to win and get everyone involved.”
Not only is Trey a prolific scorer, averaging 13.9 P/G, but he also averaged 5.2 Ast/G, and 7.5 Reb/G. He is the extremely rare rebounding point guard and talented ball-handler that is so valuable in today’s game. He also takes a ton of pride on the defensive side of the ball. Many would use the term “ball hawk” to describe his ferocious defensive ability.
I also asked Trey what schools were currently recruiting him the hardest and his response was “Temple, USF, Texas A&M, Dayton, Virginia Tech, and Murray State” that are all making Trey a priority.
Trey’s recruitment would have absolutely blown to a national level if the Covid-19 pandemic did not steal AAU’s spring season from him. Not only did Covid-19 take that away, but it has also affected recruitment in a drastic way.
When asked how it had affected him he told me that “I haven’t been able to play in front of coaches, take college visits, or have college coaches come visit me.”
When I asked him if the pro route was ever in consideration, his response was “100%!”
Trey’s wits, swagger, and pure athleticism mixed with his 6-foot-3, 175-pound frame as well as great length will make for an elite point guard at the next level. He told me he plans on announcing his commitment in November or December.
Photo Credit: Windermere Observer