Even with all the talent at the 2025 level of the NY2LA Futures Camp, Trey McKenney was just on another level to win himself the MVP honors for his age group. McKenney is a 6’4” guard at Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep in Michigan and plays with Bates Fundamental. 

The guard was near dominant in several areas of the game. Not only was he named as the top defensive player from the 2025 class, he also led his class in assists, rebounds, and steals during the camp. He finished the camp with the impressive stat line of 15.3 points, 8.7 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals per game all while leading his team to an undefeated record. 

McKenney is a high ceiling guard the excelled on both sides of the court with his well-rounded and advanced skill set. With all his physical tools and mentality, he was able to lock down both guards and wings throughout the camp. Not only does he have good size in the backcourt at 6’4” and a strong build but is a high IQ guard with good feel. He did the bulk of his scoring attacking the basket but also hit some threes. He moves very well with the ball as well to using his strength to get to the basket plus creating shots for himself. 

With everything that McKenney showed he can do at the Futures Camp it is very easy to see why he is already a highly coveted prospect while having just entered high school. At this point, he already holds offers from DePaul, Eastern Michigan, TCU, Temple, and Texas all in addition to interest from plenty of high major programs.