Equipped with a pedigree athletically along with explosive athleticism, 2022 PG Seth Trimble of Menomonee Falls High School has quietly soared up the national recruiting boards.  The 6’2 plus guard from Wisconsin is one of the premiere lead guards in the country, and schools from across the national are taking notice.

The grandson of former FIFA World-Cup participate and professional soccer player (i.e. footballer) Jean-Pierre Tokoto, Seth has extraordinary physical tools that includes explosive vertical athleticism, tremendous feet, and elite hands for a guard.  He handles the ball exceptionally well and his ability to finish at all three levels and score through contact makes him as difficult a cover as there is in the 2022 class nationally.  His older brother played at North Carolina and the younger brother is looking to build on that by creating a name for himself on the national basketball map and he’s been doing a nice job of that over the past 4-6 months.

A top 100 prospect nationally at this time, Trimble looks the part of a potential top 20-25 prospect nationally in the 2022 class and that’s huge considering age wise he’s young enough to be a legitimate 2023 prospect.  He pairs his physical tools and offensive skills with excellent instincts on the defensive end of the court and an advanced feel in delivering passes and being able to find the balance between creating and scoring at a high level when the time calls for it.  As 2022 prospects go Trimble has a tremendously high ceiling and he’s really just walking into the building so the future looks tremendously bright and schools are taking notice.

Trimble holds fall offers from USC, TCU, Nebraska, Arizona State, and most recently Iowa State along with an early offer from UW-Milwaukee this past spring.  The talented lead guard is also hearing from a host of other high major programs this winter and is primed to be one of fast moving risers in the 2022 class this upcoming spring and summer.  

Trimble plays for the Phenom University-Team Herro program during the grassroots travel season.