Wertz finishes strong in loss…

Updated on March 19, 2018 in Recruiting News
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Trey Wertz, earlier named a Division 3 All State honoree, scored 33 in a playoff loss earlier this month.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/sports/high-school/article201927419.html

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Just found this a few hours ago. Haven’t watched it yet. Can’t vouch for it. 

But seems promising.

Basketball Brainiac: The Trey Wertz Story

 

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That was worth the watch. What a fine young man and student. Encouraging to say the least.

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I think it’s easy to understand why he and his dad took to Sendek well. I don’t know why the video doesn’t take about his dad’s profession and how that plays into both what he was looking for in a college coach, and Trey’s demeanor. But I think it’s important in both. I loved the parts with Muggsy. I like how his mom, him and Justin Gainey all said the same thing about “the ball stops bouncing” haha. 

Most of the time, freshmen are a mixed bag. I feel pretty good about this kid, though. Just seems like he has it all together, and he can really play.

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Good stuff.
Appears to be the cream of the recruiting class.
High expectations for him and he’ll have plenty of weight on his shoulders, he seems up to the task both on and off the court.
I expect/hope he’s ready to start from day 1. The question is at what position? Seems to be a playmaking 2 but at 6-5 should be able to play the 3.
My hope/wish is that Eaddy is good enough to supplant Hauser and share the backcourt w/ KJ as interchangeable 1’s/2’s with Wertz playing the 3 and capable of being a playmaker, initiating the offense on occasion and leading fast breaks, etc. Hauser could then come off the bench for 20-25mins a game and hopefully provide some scoring punch off the bench.
Another recruit that intrigues me is Silverio…appears to be fairly athletic, decent size, strong and physically mature. He’s my dark horse to be an impact player if not in his first season, then in year 2 once KJ and Hauser have graduated and some PT frees up.

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Sounds like a great kid and recruit!  I hope he has the ball skills to play 2, he would be a real difference maker at 6-5!

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