Posted On: 12/18/17 1:58 PM

Trey Moss is a fun Freshman point guard to watch.

The 6’1″, 160-pounder is starting for the first-year Windermere program. In a 70-65 win at Dr. Phillips, Moss recorded 23 points, nine assists and eight rebounds. He says he’s been improving each game.

In terms of his expectations, Moss plans to advance to the playoffs.

In his 8th grade year, his team at Sunridge Middle went 10-0 and won the Orange County championship.

“I also competed in the National Youth Basketball League (NYBL) and learned I can compete against the best players nationally,” Moss told Prep Hoops Florida. “I was chosen for the NYBL All-Star weekend and made the Top 20 All-Stars. I got to go to the invite-only John Lucas Middle School Elite camp in Houston with about 200 other players from around the country. I got hurt the end of the first day, but still managed to have the second-best combine score in the camp (vertical jump, 3/4 court sprint, lane agility drill).”

This summer, Moss played for 1Family. It was his first year with the program as he says it went very well.

No offers have come yet for the 2021 prospect, but he has drawn interest already from UCF.

Moss says his shot and overall defense improved two-fold this past year. He’s currently focused on finishing better with his left hand.

An up and comer, Moss is playing tough-minded basketball right now. He’s putting his name on the map as a freshman and he should be able to do very good things as the face of Windermere basketball in time. I expect his stock to rise by the end of the season and into the summer.