Posted On: 09/24/19 5:00 AM

Defending State Champions Trinity are going to be in rebuild mode after graduating a ton of talent and experience back in May. After losing guys like David Johnson and Jamil Hardaway, there is a ton of opportunity and playing time available with the Shamrocks. The 2022 class at Trinity is a good one and Alioune Gaye hopes that he can take advantage of the opportunities and get on the court for the varsity this season. I recently interviewed Alioune as part of our ongoing Player Spotlight series.

When asked to describe his game, Gaye told me, "I am a combo guard. I'm very energetic on the court, always bringing energy and effort on both sides of the ball." The Sophomore continued, my biggest strengths as a player are my quickness and my defensive effort." Alioune is working to sure up his weaknesses so that he can get on the varsity floor this year. He told me, "My weaknesses are an inconsistent jump shot and my ball handling but I feel like every part of my game needs improvement. I should never be satisfied with my game."

As part of a loaded Trinity program last year, Gaye played freshman and JV.

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