Trey Dickerson, 6’1 and 172 pounds, made a name for himself over the summer in the AAU circuit playing for New Heights in New York.
Coaches from around the country were able to see this talented point guard put himself on the map with his play making abilities. He wasn’t highly recruited until this summer and this school year. In fact, he has yet to play a basketball game for Price High School in Los Angeles (as he is currently making himself eligible) and yet he has picked up significant interest and offers.
He will step on the court for the first time tonight (Dec. 7) against Windward High School. He is looking to help his already 4-1 team to a state title. He won’t go at it alone as he has the help of one of his good friends, Skylar Spencer, who has already committed to San Diego State.
Dickerson is an fast point guard and uses his speed as his biggest asset in his game.
“My speed [is my biggest strength], it helps every part of my game out.” Dickerson told Left Coast Recruiting. He also has the ability to be consistent from long range and just his overall athleticism is better than most recruits at his position.
As for what he wants to work on, Dickerson says, “[My] on the ball defense can be a little better.”
He already has a long list of schools expressing interest; San Diego State, Fresno State, Nevada, Detroit, San Jose State, Montana State, West Virginia, Loyola, and Siena. He has offers from Montana State, Loyola, and Siena with Nevada, SDSU, and Fresno State close to offering him.
His favorite right now is San Diego State, he told Left Coast Recruiting, “I’m suppossed to sit down and talk with Coach Fisher and my High School Coach. [I like] their style of play, coaching staff, the location, and Skylar [Spencer] committed there and we play really good together.”
Keep an eye on Dickerson throughout his Senior season at Price he will only continue to make noise.