Trey Alexander received another compliment on Friday that he could add to his resume.
The former Heritage Hall standout guard was named the Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in the state, the agency announced. The first loader selected for the recent Creighton Commit Award.
The Foot-5 standout averaged 23.6 points in the game with 8.7 rebounds, 4.0 support and 2.1 steel as a senior. He helped guide Heritage Hall to the Class 4 state championship game.
Alexander was also selected to the Oklahoma Super 5 first team for the third time in his career.
Outside of court, he volunteered at a homeless shelter during the Christmas season, serving food and wrapping and distributing gifts. He has assisted in youth basketball camps and Special Olympics referees and markers.
As part of Gatorade’s “Play It Forward” marketing platform, Alexander has the opportunity to donate $ 1000 to a local or national youth sports organization of his choice. He deserves to submit a 30-second video explaining why his organization should win a $ 10,000 grant, to be announced throughout the year.
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