Trey Longstreet is a 2021 point guard from Delano who's played the wing position for 2 years next to senior point guards Calvin Wishart and Derek Techam. Now that Wishart has moved on to Georgia Southern and Techam to Gustavus. 

Longstreet offers a unique skillset at the lead guard position by being six foot six inches tall, especially at the high school level. Now in a role where he feeds teammates, he's seen his assist totals rise while playing in coach Techam's attack offense. 

Alongside Longstreet is Keagen Smith and Terron O'Neill and Delano's Big 3 has led Delano to a 12-2 record while collectively almost averaging 54 points a game. 

Q: How's season going so far? 
A: It’s going really good. I think we are like 10-2 and we just have a great team.

Q: How do you think you've been playing so far?
A: I’ve been playing pretty solid. My role this year has been a lot different but it’s still been a good year. My outside shooting has been a little off but hopefully I can turn that around.

Q: How has your role been different than in years past?
A: Well, I’m playing point guard this year and kind of running the offense and in the years past, I’ve been more of a 3. So my assists averages this year have gone up a lot compared to my sophomore and freshman year.

Q: How have you adjusted to point guard and having the ball in your hands more?
A: Well it hasn’t been a very hard adjustment because when I was younger I played point guard. The only thing is just taking care of the ball and that’s something I worked on throughout summer. My turnovers this year have been reasonable.

Q: Do you have any offers or interest from colleges to share?
A: No offers yet. But most Minnesota D2 schools have contacted or are in contact with me. Also UND and St Thomas are in contact with me right now.