Meet The Player: Tre Harvey

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 03/28/18 9:16 PM

We got the chance to talk with Tre Harvey who is one of the top unsigned seniors in the state and a player that colleges should be giving a call. At 6’4 with a skillset that allows him to play multiple positions, he has a chance to be a very nice player on the next level.

Q: How did the high school season go for you and your team this past season ?

Tre:  We didn’t do too well this year as a team, we were under .500 overall. Also we didn’t make the playoffs. But we had a young team as well, with first year or 2 year it experience. So my coach looked at me to be a leader for the younger guys on my team. I averaged 18ppg and I made all conference as well as all region

Q: What was the experience like for you at the recent Fab 40 Camp and how did it feel to take home MVP honors ? 

Tre: I’ve been to a lot of camps where I know a lot of people there and what most of the people can do, but at the fab 40 I didn’t know anyone so I didn’t have a feel of the competition before hand. It was a lot of good competition there, and I love to play at a fast pace so I felt like I fitted very well in the games. To know that I was the only player from Alamance county and to win MVP is an honor, I feel like I put on for my area by winning to show my area has a lot of talent too.

Q: What do you feel that you can bring to a college program next year?

Tre: I feel like I can bring a lot of energy and make an impact where ever the program I feel like is best for me and family however they need me too.

Q: What’s your recruitment been like lately ? 

Tre:  Since the Fab 40, I have picked up a few more looks from more d2 schools and JUCO’s. I have a few visits coming up soon as well.

Q: What is a factor that will come into play when you’re choosing a college program ?

Tre: It is a lot of determining factors that play a part in my decision, but mainly what school I feel could set me up best for the future and The relationship between coaches and players on and off the court.