One of the top uncommitted point guards in all of Illinois right now is Trey Redd. The play of the 5’11” senior has helped Normal Community High School to a Regional Championship in the 4A Illinois State Tournament. Redd is having a standout season and is a large reason why his team sits at a 32-1 record currently. 

All this success has caught the attention of more college coaches. On Saturday he picked up a division two offer, coming from Maryville University. In addition to his offer from Maryville, he holds an offer from Parkland College as well to plenty of interest from colleges on multiple levels. 

Not only does Redd have exceptional point guard skills but tremendous quickness and athleticism as well. He has a great ability with these tools as well as his handle to get wherever he wants on the floor to create for himself and teammates. With the combination of his vision and pinpoint passing ability Redd is a very skilled distributor. Not only is he a talented passer, but Redd also uses his tools very well to get to the basket and is a very crafty finisher there. 

Even with his newest scholarship offer, Redd remains one of the more under recruited players in the region. Redd and Normal Community will take their next step towards the state finals versus Moline High School in the sectional semifinals on Tuesday. Redd played with the Mid Pro Academy program.