Posted On: 01/15/17 6:08 PM
Photo Credit: Twitter Account – @Smith_Tre03
TreVon Smith is a rising sophomore from Taylor County High School in Campbellsville, Ky. The 6-foot-2 160-pound scoring guard is averaging 23 PPG to go along with 6 RPG and 4 APG. TreVon has improved significantly from last season and his hard work this offseason has paid dividends. As a freshman, Smith appeared in 21 games and averaged 1.7 points and 1.0 rebound.
Prep Hoops KY recently caught up with the talented TreVon Smith for an interview.
Q: What are your strengths and weaknesses as a player?
My strengths is scoring and making plays for my team. My weakness would have to be that I have to get my right hand as good as my left.
Q: What areas of improvement have you been the most focused on?
Getting my right hand stronger with dribbling and finishing through contact.
Q: What sets you apart from other recruits/players?
My ability to score. I don’t think anybody can stop my aggressiveness or me from scoring.
Q: Talk about your on-court growth from last season to this season?
I’m way more aggressive this season and more of a leader than I was last season.
Q: Describe how your season is going so far?
This season is going good. Just looking to keep getting wins with my team and hopefully make it back to Rupp.
Q: What is your focus for the rest of the season?
To win region and make it to back to Rupp for the third straight time.
Q: What schools are recruiting you or have shown interest?
Samford, East Tennessee State, and Murray State came and watched me this past AAU season during the live period.
Q: Do you have any offers?
Q: Which AAU team will you be playing for this summer?
Most likely Louisville Magic but haven’t decided 100% yet.
Q: Who is a current NBA or College player you mold your game after or can compare yourself to and why?
James Harden because we are both a lefty and we both control the pace of the game.
Q: Favorite off court activity?
My favorite off court activity is hanging with friends and playing NBA 2k17 on PS4.