Posted On: 12/4/18 6:00 AM

Sheldon Clark Sophomore Trey James has to be one of the most widely heard of players in the state in the 2021 class. The big man from the mountains has been starting varsity for two seasons already and set the single season blocks record just last year as a freshman. After playing up two grade levels on the AAU circuit this year, James got back in the gym and tried to improve his game and become more versatile, "In the pre-season I worked on ball handling and shooting a lot so that I don't have to rely on staying in the post to score." After playing up all AAU season, Trey attracted some high major programs. He told me, "So far I'm being recruited by Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia, Purdue, Ohio State, Western Kentucky, Marshall and Morehead State." While he holds no offers at this time, Trey has been on campus at most if not all of those schools.

Coming off a freshman season that had to be disappointing from a wins and losses perspective, the big Sophomore has big goals. "My team goals are just like everyone else's and that's to go to Rupp Arena and represent out

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