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#GregoryGets: Windermere Prep ‘21 PG Trey Moss Signs NLI With USF Men’s Basketball

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USF gets some backcourt depth on the roster for next season.

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USF men’s basketball welcomed in a new point guard today as Windermere Prep star Trey Moss signed his National Letter of Intent today.

Head coach Brian Gregory had this to say about Moss:

“We recognized early in the recruiting process that Trey was an elite level guard, an elite level student and an elite level young man,” Gregory said. “We made him a priority from day one, and we felt it was very, very important to bring him into our program because of the immediate impact he would make. Trey has tremendous speed, great ball skills and can really put the ball in the basket. Every day Trey continues to improve, and I think Trey has a bright future in our program.”

Moss committed to the Bull back in June, and is the first signing for USF in 2021 cycle. It’s expected Gregory and his staff will try to sign at least one more player during the early signing period.

PG Trey Moss

6’3”, 175 lbs

Windermere Prep, Windermere, FL

Recruiting Rankings: three-star by 247, three-star by Rivals.

Other Notable Offers: Texas A&M, FGCU, UMass

After averaging 13.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 5.2 assists per contest this past season with Windermere, Moss helped get his team to the Class 7A Region 2 finals, and gained some national attention along the way. Other schools on his radar included the likes of Dayton, Iowa State, Virginia Tech, and Temple. Moss has been a starter at Windermere since his freshman season, and has been recruited by assistant coach Tom Herrion since then.