Future150 Camp Reporter. Providing insight into Future150 Camp players.
Marianna, GA (Future150) -- Most basketball players develop their talent over many years of hard work, but some own that ability from day one.
Trey Clemons (Class of 2016, Marriana High School/ Georgia Renegades) is a player who has that raw talent to go along with atleticism and skill on the court.
This kid can do a lot of things well on the basketball court, but currently his height is his key advantage. Being listed at 6-foot-6 is a big advantage as he is only going to be a freshman this upcoming season.
Shooting and handling the ball are also strong parts in his game. For his size he has the ability to get to the rim and finish over smaller opponents. Pulling up and shooting the jumper is a relatively easy task for Clemons as well.
Even though he is a big athlete already, getting some added strength in the weight room is going to make him a better overall player. Also, continuing to work on his shot mechanics and consistency is what is going to help increase his game to the next level.
“I think my strengths are scoring the ball and rebounding,” Clemons said.
“Those are my strengths, but I also know I need to work on my body weight and strength,” he claimed.
Clemons is a Jr. Future150 Camp Alum and he has heard from lots of colleges in recent times.
“Tennessee and Florida State University have both contacted my coach,” he advised. “I’ve also had many other colleges show interest in me.”
With all of his great natural gifts, he is hoping that those abilities will eventually take him to his favorite college one day.
“I would say that Florida and the University of Kentucky are my favorite colleges at this point,” Clemons mentioned. “I want to go to any college though that will allow me to better myself.”
“I also really like Florida State University, I un-officially visited there and have been able to get well acquainted with the coaching staff,” Clemons provided.
FSU may be his early favorite at this point, but with all the raw talent he possesses the recruiting process is a long way from being over.
If Clemons can learn to live up to his full potential, he is going to be really great player and a nice compliment to whatever college lands him one day.