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Basketball Runs Deep In Alexander Family Blood
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (12:39 PM CT, Thu December 22, 2016)
2021 G Trey Alexander has NBA bloodlines.
2021 G Trey Alexander has NBA bloodlines.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Pottsville, PA (Future150) -- When evaluating prospects at the middle school level, there are several tools used to factor in future projection, whether it be to the high school or collegiate level. One factor that often times comes into play is bloodlines, and 2021 wing Trey Alexander certainly has basketball pedigree on his side.

His grandfather, Steven Alexander Sr. won a state championship at John Marshall High School (OK) in Oklahoma City in the 1970's. His father, Steven Jr., won two state titles at Midwest City High School (OK) in 1998 and 2000. His uncle, De'Angelo Alexander, won state titles himself in 2000 & 2001 at Midwest City as well. Let's not forget his other uncle, Xavier, who won himself a state title at Midwest City in 2007. 

Dad went on to play college basketball prior to playing stints in the NBDL & USBL, while his uncles both played high-major division one basketball followed by professional basketball careers as well.

Oh, and on his mother's side, he is the cousin of Memphis Grizzlies star Mike Conley Jr. Now that we've got his bloodlines covered, let's fast forward to the present.

Trey is already seeing his name buzzing in the Midwest and beyond after showing out at the 2016 Future150 Elite24 Camp this past August. The 6'3", 165-pound natural wing prospect is an excellent scorer with natural tools to become a very talented player.

While his family has a rich history at Midwest City High School, he'll be making his own path at Casady School (OK) in Oklahoma City, thanks in large part to his academic pursuits, where he teams with another talented eighth grade prospect in point guard Dalante Shannon.

Currently, he's averaging 27 points, 10 rebounds and six assists per game, with his team undefeated to date.

"This year, I want our team to go undefeated. My personal goals are to keep getting better in all areas of my game and to help my team become one of the best in the nation," he told Future150.

While a couple of in-state schools have begun showing interest in the latest in a long line of talented Alexander prospects, this is just the beginning. Look to hear more about him in 2017 as Future150 continues to keep you updated on his exploits. 


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